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ACKNOWLEDGMENT 

The San Francisco 
Architectural Club 
desires to here record 
its sense of indebtedness 
to those architects, artists, 
and the allied arts, for 
loans of their work 
which made possible this 
exhibition, thereby mate- 
rially contributing to the 
growth and promotion 
of Architecture. 

To Herbert E. Law 
we owe our many thanks 
and appreciation for 
the use of part of the 

Monadnock Building to house our exhibition. 
To the San Francisco Gas and Electric Co. 

for their assistance and interest in arranging the 

light for the exhibition. 

To the advertisers and others who have helped 

us financially, the San Francisco Architectural 

Club desires to express its sincere appreciation 

of the liberal support given this project, without 

which this exhibition would not have been 

possible. 

To T. Bearwald for the design of the cover 

of the Year Book, and to Edward Flanders for 

the poster design. 




EDITORIAL 

In recent years a sentiment has been taking 
form among the members of the Architectural 
profession that there should be a closer bond of 
fellowship, a stronger unity, which would de- 
velop a system of mutual co-operation and 
action among the men engaged in the practice 
of Architecture on the Pacific Coast. 

In accordance with this feeling, the Archi- 
tectural Clubs of Portland and San Francisco 
have been endeavoring to bring about some 
harmonizing influence to draw together the 
efforts being made by the various Architec- 
tural Clubs and other similar bodies, in the 
conducting of classes of instruction and other 
educational endeavors. 

To Mr. E. F. Lawrence of Portland, Oregon, 
must go the credit for bringing this to a 
successful issue, and the subsequent formation 
of the Architectural League of the Pacific 
Coast in March, 1909. 

To put at rest certain opinions regarding the 
intentions of this organization, we quote from 
the constitution : 

"Its purpose is to promote educational in- 
terests for the young men ; to hold an Annual 
Exhibition in each of the main cities of the 
Pacific Coast, and an Annual Convention of 
the Architects from cities west of Denver." 



It is not a secession movement in any sense, 
as it is in harmony with the ideals of the 
national bodies — the American Institute of 
Architects and the Architectural League of 
America. 

This, the First Annual Exhibition of the 
Coast League, held under the direction of the 
San Francisco Architectural Club, will see the 
carrying out of one of the purposes of this 
organization. 

An exhibit of architectural effort on such a 
high plane advances the scope and refinement 
of professional work and developes the educa- 
tion of its votaries. 

As a local influence it improves the taste and 
knowledge of architecture among the people 
and aids in the development of civic beauty 
along practical lines. 

In offering this exhibition of current Amer- 
ican architecture and the allied arts for the 
consideration of the public, we earnestly hope 
and believe that it will promote a more general 
and widespread interest in the arts of archi- 
tecture, painting and sculpture. 

THE 
SAN FRANCISCO .ARCHITECTURAL CUB. 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENT 

The San Francisco 
Architectural Club 
desires to here record 
its sense of indebtedness 
to those architects, artists, 
and the allied arts, for 
loans of their work 
which made possible this 
exhibition, thereby mate- 
rially contributing to the 
growth and promotion 
of Architecture. 

To Herbert E. Law 
we owe our many thanks 
and appreciation for 
the use of part of the 

Monadnock Building to house our exhibition. 
To the San Francisco Gas and Electric Co. 

for their assistance and interest in arranging the 

light for the exhibition. 

To the advertisers and others who have helped 

us financially, the San Francisco Architectural 

Club desires to express its sincere appreciation 

of the liberal support given this project, without 

which this exhibition would not have been 

possible. 
To T. Bearwald for the design of the cover 

of the Year Book, and to Edward Flanders for 

the poster design. 





Exhibition Committee 

FREDERICK II. MEYER. Chairman 
Humboldt Bank Building 

WILLIAM MOOSER KENNETH MacDONALD, 

WILLIAM B. FAVILLE LORING P. RIXFORD 

A. O. JOHNSON G. ALBERT LANSBURGH 

WILLIAM H. CRIM, Jr. 



WITH T1IK ASSISTANCE OF 



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GEO. WAGNER 
FRANK FARNKOPK 
CHAS. H. SAWYER 
A. R. JOHNSON 
C. A. NEWBAUER 

E. 



JAMES MAGEE 
C. F. PRATT 
T. BEARWALD 
ARTHUR LAFRANCHI 
A. L LAPACHET 
H. HILDEBRAND 



SAN FRANCISCO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

833 MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO 

ORGANIZED SEPTEMBER 28, 1901 

Member of the 
Architectural League of America and the Architectural Leagueof the Pacific Coast 

Officers 

President AUGUST G. HEADMAN 

Vice-President CHARLES H. SAWYER 

Secretary-Treasurer T. BEARWALD 

Directors 

E. H. HILDEBRAND A. L. LAPACHET 

Committees 

LIBRARY AND HOUSE 

A. L. LAPACHET. Chairman 
E. 11. HILDEBRAND W. W. CRAPO 

CLASS 

A. L. LAPACHET, Chairman 

H. G. CORWIN A. (>. JOHNSON 

ENTERTAINMENT 
GEORGE WAGNER C. A. NEWBAUER 

PRI 
C. E. ROESCH, Chairman 
J. H. BOEHRER A 1. WORSWICK 



M A VINSON 
Business Manager 



Past Presidents 

ARTHUR O.JOHNSON 1901-1902 

EARL B. SCOTT 1902-1903 

EARL B. SCOTT 1903-1904 

GEORGE WAGNER 1904-1905 

HARLEY G. CORWIN 1905-1906 

WM. H. CRIM, JR 1906-1907 

FRANK A. FARNKOPF 1907-1908 

AUGUST G. HEADMAN 1908 1909 




BRACKET DESIGN 



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San Francisco 



THE DEVELOPMENT OF PACIFIC 
COAST ARCHITECTURE 

Architecture on the Pacific Coast is likely always to be 
rather sharply distinguished from similar work east of the 
Sierras. Widely as the designs of Los Angeles, San Fran- 
cisco, Portland, and Seattle differ among themselves, they 
all tend to show a common amenity which is in accord with 
the generally kinder conditions than obtain elsewhere. 

Of the various strains of foreign blood which might 
have been expected to make their influence felt in Pacific 
Slope work, none has been particularly significant except 
that of the Spanish Missions, and even this in a compara- 
tively slight degree. The "Mission Style," as it is called, 
is to all intents and purposes a meaningless term so far as 
accuracy is concerned. The buildings which are designated 
as "Mission" are, in conception and feeling, at the opposite 
pole from the genuine and really beautiful works of the 
Mission Fathers themselves. The tradition, however, 
which tends more and more to establish itself in Pacific 
Slope architecture, has been doubtless in indirect ways very 
strongly influenced by the old Mission work, based as this 
was upon the large principles of the Classic and Renaissance 
architecture of old Spain, which in its turn was derived from 
the great Roman work. Of late years the Classic tendency, 
and in that general term I of course include Renaissance 
architecture, has been very generally adopted everywhere 
as being in closer accord with the practical and social re- 
quirements of modern civilization, as well as because of rich 
associations both American and European, which have clus- 
tered about these types of work. 

As in Europe, so on the Pacific Coast, we see in the 
South low-pitched roofs, broad wall surfaces, comparatively 
small openings; in the North, steep roofs, comparatively 
small wall surfaces, and large openings. But whether of 



North or South, most of the serious later architecture of 
this Coast is, broadly speaking, Classic in its essential ele- 
ments. 

The recent establishment, in the University of California, 
of a well-organized department of architecture, which has 
already met with gratifying success, will undoubtedly prove 
a potent factor in the same general direction. The indi- 
vidualism which is so notable a feature in the social life 
here is a sufficient safeguard against any attempt, intentional 
or unconscious, to stereotype our architecture. The danger 
is rather in the other direction; that is to say, toward 
extravagant and whimsical design. The obvious and neces- 
sary influence of the University school of architecture must 
therefore be exerted in the direction of established form. 

Another very powerful ally of good design is the archi- 
tectural exhibition. Such collections of drawings as are 
shown in the present display are not only immensely inter- 
esting but are especially valuable in bringing together on 
friendly walls and setting side by side within small space a 
great number of efforts by many designers, thus enabling 
an architect to estimate the comparative beauty of his own 
and others' work in a way to be helpful in future essays. 

Hardly less important than the value to the architects 
themselves is the interest which such exhibitions should 
arouse in the general public. 

While architectural drawings are mere instruments of 
service, and while the real architectural exhibition is made 
up of the buildings themselves, nevertheless it is rarely pos- 
sible to compare work in actual execution so vividly as by 
drawings, especially when it is a question of thousands of 
miles' distance between one exhibit and another. 

It is to be hoped that such exhibitions as the Pacific Coast 
Architectural League has inaugurated will be held annually, 
and in as many of the more important cities as possible. 

John Galen Howard. 



Members of the 
San Francisco Architectural Club 

Honorary 

Larsen, L. A 1325 Mission Street 

Bolles, E. G 68 Post Street 

Ward, Clarence R Alaska Commercial Building 

Regular 

1906 Bacley, J. W., Jh 833 Market Street 

1901 Bearwald, T 1401 Noe Street 

1909 Blohme, J. Harry 1201 Kohl Building 

1904 Boehrer, J. H 417 Montgomery Street 

1906 Buei.l, Ross P 728 Shrader Street 

1909 Burcren, Albert W 222 Kearny Street 

1907 Burke. Edmund J 1855 Eighteenth Avenue 

1907 Butterworth, Tims. C 850 Treat Avenue 

1909 Calvert, John E 142 Nineteenth Avenue 

1909 Carroll. J. C 536 Oak Street 

1909 Charleston, E. E 657 Fourth Avenue 

1909 Chick. Edw. A 831 Fourteenth Street 

1906 Corking, Jas. W Claus Spreckels Building 

1907 CORNELIUS, A. W Metropolis Bank Building 

1901 CoRWIN, Harley G 2147 Lake Street 

1907 Crafo, Walter W 714 Steiner Street 

1902 Crim. Wm. H.. Jr 425 Kearny Street 

1909 CURLETT, A. E 73Z Phelan Building 

1909 Dakin, F. VV 1 147 Sanchez Street 

1907 OBNKE, A. Reinhold Humboldt Bank Building 

1902 Drescher. Jno. ('■ 1781 Sanchez Street 

1909 Dutton, L. B Chronicle Building 

toog Ettler, Jno. A (04 Mission Street 

1907 Falch, Wai ter C Mill Valley. California 

1901 FaRNKOPF, Frank A 4S Kearny Street 

1909 FaVILLE, Wm. It Balboa Building 

1909 Flanders, Edw 14' Chattanoi.ua Street 

1909 G01 rs< 11 m-k. C. E Phelan Building 

1909 GoULD, G I Humboldt Bank Building 

igog HABER, C B Merchants Exchange Building 

1909 Harcds, S Hewes Building 

igog Harrison, F. S 278 Dolores Street 

igog HaUPT, Oscar Humboldt Bank Building 

1901 HiM'M VN, AuCUST G Phelan Building 

1902 Hildebrand, Ernest II Crocker Building 

iii«j Hoover, Ik \ \V Merchants Exchange Building 

1909 HOWARD, N. W 1400 Jones Street 

1908 HURT, !•'.. B ?40 Twenty-seventh Street. Oakland 

1901 1 \kthi k ii laoi Kohl Building 

loot JoRNSON, \ R Humboldt Bank Building 



1Q09 Joseph, Bernard J 709 Mission Street 

1009 Kalescbke, Emile J Redwood City. California 

1909 Kaiser, J. I! 1624 Turk Street 

1908 Kearns, 1>. I' Bank "f Italy Building 

1909 Kindt, Harvey V 1924 Washington Street 

1009 Knoll, A 147 Noe Street 

[902 LafRANCHI, ARTHUR A 614 Mechanics' Savings Bank Building 

1909 Lansburgh, G. Albert 709 Mission Street 

1906 Lapachet, Albert L 1201 Kohl Building 

1909 Loewenthal, A, M 1380 Masonic Avenue 

HJ07 Lowe, WlLLIS C 222 Kearny Street 

1905 M \gee. James A 749 Hayes Street 

1904 Martin. Chas. B 608 Haight Street 

1909 McDougall, Geo. B Russ Building 

1909 M( Henry. Jno.. Jr 2210 Ellsworth Street, Berkeley 

1909 Meyer, Frederick H Humboldt Bank Building 

1906 Millard, Oliver J 575 Elizabeth Street 

1909 Monson, RllSSELI 1 103 East Twenty-second Street, Oakland 

1908 Moore, \V. \\ 40K Duboce Avenue 

1909 MOOSER, Wm. Union Trust Building 

1909 MULLCAROT, Louis C" Chronicle Building 

1903 Newbauer, C. A 914 Taylor Avenue, Alameda 

1909 Nicholson, Arthur 1) 950 Pacific Building 

1901 Nye, I Iarrv E 134 Guerrero Street 

1909 O'Brien, Matthew 68 Post Street 

1909 O'Connor. T. E 911 Mutual Savings Bank Building 

1909 Pelton, John Cotter Russ Building 

1908 Peterson. Lenius J 4424 Twenty-third Street 

1900 Polk, Willis K Merchants Exchange Building 

1008 Reynolds, Geo. W Monadnock Building 

1909 Rixeorii. LoRING P llewes Building 

1909 Ross. T. Patterson 212 Kearny Street 

1907 Sawyer, Chas 2891 Vallejo Street 

1901 Schmidlin, M. A Monadnock Building 

1909 SCHNAITTACHER, SYLVA1N First National Bank Building 

1909 ScHULZE, Henry A 512 East Seventeenth Street. East Oakland 

1901 Scott. Earl B 42; Kearny Street 

1909 Seikeri.e. Eugene 2108 Howard Street 

1902 Sexton, Norman W Chronicle Building 

1904 Sherman, Wm. D Hewes Building 

1909 Simpson, Percy K 077 Fell Street 

1902 Smith, Thomas 111 Lick Building 

1906 Si'eiiiel. Paul F 630 Ivy Avenue 

1909 Sutton, Albert Mutual Savings Bank Building 

1909 Symmes. Edwin J 1007 Campbell Street, Oakland 

1905 TniiiAti.T, Geo. C 421 Castro Street 

1906 Thomas. Leonard II 310 East Tenth Street. Oakland 

1007 Thomsen, H. A.. Jr 1208 Devisadero Street 

1909 Turner, Rout M Claus Spreckels Building 

1906 Walker. Floyd L 1661 < >ak Street 

I90g WEEKS, Chas. Peter Mutual Savings Bank Building 

1905 WoRSWICK, A. Lacy 132 Lick Building 



Associate Members 

1909 Blair, Benj. F 3781 Seventeenth Street 

1906 Bosworth, Paul Monadnock Building 

1909 Cahf.n, Jos 45 Kearny Street 

1909 Chipchase, C. G J54 Eleventh Avenue 

1905 Chuubuck, Chas. 1 185 Stevenson Street 

1908 Crow, Jos I toward and Beale Streets 

1909 Dautkrhan, W. L 577 Market Street 

1908 Dwan, J. Edm r.\ii 151 Tehama Street 

1909 GESKEWICH, Walter Twentieth and Harrison Streets 

1907 Greenwood, Geo. C 3626 Seventeenth Street 

1908 I Iasty, Bert 14J Sansome Street 

[909 lliii'i-s, HARRY R 115 Turk Street 

[906 Lange, E hoi Monadnock Building 

1008 Mallett, Fowler 1030 Merchants' Exchange Building 

[908 Pratt, (.mas I' <>(» Market Street 

Mm- Roesch, Cari E Gallois Building 

1908 Sampson. J. S Humboldt Hank Building 

1000 Vinson, M. A 833 Market Streel 

[901 Wagner, Geo Humboldt Bank Building 



Leave of Absence 



Armstrong, N. A. 

Bi 1 is. Wm. B 

BURD1TT, Titos 

Fi okis, E. 
Green wilt.. C, 

III ASS. EDW. 

Mope. V C 
HALLER, < rEO 
1 i bnnessey, j. f, 
Hyman, Samuei 
I Ioi.m, Louis R. 



ISOH, M B 

daum, Fred 
Legaroa, V. L. 
Lei invk. \\ 
Miller, C. C. 
Oliver, .1. W. 
Rossi, C. C. 

ScHEFFAUER, H. 

Sherwood, I. C. 
Willis, W. B. 
Warn, M. 



Charter Members 



Bearw u d, T. 

tin is. \\ M B 

B01 les, E, G 
Brouchoud, P. 

I'. 1.1:11. \ s 

Corwin, h. t; 
Ehrenpfort, V T. 
Farnicopf, F \ 
Headman, 
Johnson, \ ' ' 



Johnson, A K 

MM. F, (' 

Nye, II. E, 

Run 11 vKi'T. !•". J. 
Soon. E IV 
ScHMIDUN, M \ 

Smitten, II. M. 

. . J. II 

W ON 



ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE 
OF THE PACIFIC COAST 

The League was organized in Portland, Oregon, March 
22, 1909. Its purpose is to promote educational interests 
for the young men; holding Annual Exhibitions in each of 
the main cities of the Pacific Coast and an Annual Conven- 
tion of the architects from cities west of Denver. The first 
Annual Convention will be held in San Francisco, California, 
October 18-20, 1909. 

Officers 

WILLIS POLK. President San Francisco 

ELLIS F. LAWRENCE. Vice-President Portland 

DAVID J. MYERS. Secretary Seattle 

MYRON HUNT, Treasurer Los Angeles 

M. A. VINSON, Business Manager San Francisco 

Executive Council 

HENRY A. SCHULZE San Francisco 

G. A. APPLEGARTH San Francisco 

ALFRED F. ROSENHEIM Los Angeles 

A. R. WALKER Los Angeles 

DAVID C. LEWIS Portland 

JOS. JACOBBERGER Portland 

\V. MARBURY SOMERVELL Seattle 

C. R. ALDRICH Seattle 

GEORGE W. BULLARD Tacoma 

JOHN DOW Spokane 

Members of the League 

San Francisco Chapter, Southern California Chapter, Washington State 
Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Architectural 
Clubs of San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle. 

Officers San Francisco Chapter, A. I. A. 

\LP.ERT PISSIS President 

U'l LI.IAM MOOSER Vice-President 

SYLVAIN SCHNAITTACHER Secretary and Treasurer 

TRUSTEES 

HENRY A. SCHULZE WM. CURLETT 



List of Exhibitors 



Adams & Hollopeter, Manufacturers of Lighting Fixtures, 745 Mission 

Street, San Francisco 4 entries 

Alavoine & Co., Architects, New York 4 entries 

Albright, Harrison, Architect, Los Angeles, Cal 3 entries 

Alden, Charles H., Architect, Seattle, Washington 2 entries 

Allen, Harris, Architect, 75 Sutter Street, San Francisco 4 entries 

Allen & Collins, Architects, Boston, Mass 3 entries 

Antonovich & Cleghorn, Architects, 333 Kearny Street, San Francisco 2 entries 

Arnold, Samuel, Architect. Hewes Building, San Francisco 4 entries 

Atterbury, Grosvenor, Architect, New York 7 entries 

Badgley, Chas. G., Architect, Seattle, Wash 3 entries 

Baxter Marble Co., Call Building, San Francisco 1 entry 

Bauer Fixture Co.. Fixture Designers, 130 Jones St., San Francisco... 2 entries 

Bakewell & Brown, Architects, 417 Montgomery St., San Francisco.. 2 entries 

Bailey, Vernon Howe, New York 5 entries 

Barber Donn, Architect, New York 3 entries 

Baumgartner, J. J., 261 1 Seventeenth Street, San Francisco 4 entries 

Baumgartner, Wm. & Co., Interior Decorators, New York 5 entries 

Benton, A. B., Architect, Los Angeles 10 entries 

Berg, FRED ]., Architect, Muirhcad Building, San Francisco 2 entries 

Biscoe & I Iewitt, Architects, Denver, Colo 1 entry 

Bliss & Fayii.i.k, Architects, Balboa Building. San Francisco 18 entries 

BoLLES, Edw. G., Architect, Foxcroft Building. San Francisco 4 entries 

Bosworth, W. W., Architect. Now York s entries 

Boyd, LAWRENCE Visscker. Architect. Philadelphia, Pa 4 entries 

Brown, FRANK CHOUTEAU, Architect. Boston. Mass 4 entries 

Burniiam, D. II. & Co.. Architects, Willis Polk, Designer, San Fran- 
cisco 8 entries 

BURNHAM, 1). II. & Co., Architects, Chicago, III 3 entries 

Calm k, Alexander STERLING, Architect. Los Angeles 4 entries 

Cave, WALTER, Architect, London, England 4 entries 

ClTV OP PARIS, Interior Decorators. Geary and Stockton Streets 5 entries 

Clinton & Russi LI . Architects, New York 3 entries 

Cope & STEWARDSON, Architects, Philadelphia 4 entries 

Connh'k, Chas, .1. Art Class Designer, Boston, Mass 3 entries 

Coxhead & Coxhead, Architects, 333 Grant Wenue, San I . 4 entries 

Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, Architects. Boston, Mass 5 entries 

CriH & SCOTT, 425 Kearny Street, San Francisco 7 entries 

it, Wm. & Son. Architects. Phelan Building, San Francisco 2 entries 

CUNNINGHAM & PoLITEO, Architects. Chronicle Building. San Francisco 4 entries 

Dassonville, W. E., Photographer, San Francisco. 26 entries 

DAVENPORT, A, II. Co., Interior Decorators. Boston. Mass .. 2 entries 

DAY, Thos, & Co., Lighting Fixture Designs. 725 Mission Street. S 

Francisco 23 entries 

DlCKEI & REED, Architects. Balboa Building. San Francis 1 entry 

DrSI, \ G., 1450 Powell Street. San Francisco 10 entries 

DoLLIVER, .1 \Y . Architect. Marine Building. San Francisco 5 entries 



Dutton, I.. !'>.. Architect, Chronicle Building, San Francisco u entries 

I in ik. John A., Architect, (104 Mission Street, San Francisco 6 entries 

Eyre, Wilson, Architect, Philadelphia, Pa 3 entries 

Farquhar, Root. D., Architect, Los Angeles, Cal 5 entries 

Fisher, VV. E. & A. A., Architects, Denver. Colo 2 entries 

FRENCH, 1'ark M., Architect. Demur. Colo 1 entry 

Frye, Charles C, Architect. 127 Montgomery Street. San Francisco.. 1 entry 
Caw, Miss D'Arcy, interior Designer, ,i7<> Sutter St., San Francisco. .11 entries 

Gilbert Cass. Architect, New York 4 entries 

Gill, Irving J.. Architect, San Diego, Cal 4 entries 

Gladding, McBean & Co., Crocker Building, San Francisco 10 entries 

GOLDEN Gate Brick Co., 660 Market Street, San Francisco 2 entries 

1 1OULD iV CHAMPNEY, Architects. Seattle. Wash 4 entries 

Gould, Carl F.. Designer, Seattle. Wash 1 entry 

Graham & Myers, Architects, Seattle. Wash 4 entries 

Greene & Greene, Architects. Pasadena, Cal 2 entries 

Gregg, D, V. Boston, Mass 1 entry 

Grosser, M. F.. Designer, 582 Grove Street. San Francisco 3 entries 

Hatch, John Davis. Architect, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San Francisco. 7 entries 

I I \t rr. Oscar, Architect, Humboldt Hank Building, San Francisco.... 1 entry 

Hays, Wm. G, Architect, Foxcrofl Building, San Francisco 2 entries 

1 1 1! in 1 hash. E, H., Architect. 1118 Crocker Building, San Francisco. .. 12 entries 

Headman, Auousi G., Architect, Phelan Building, San Francisco.... g entries 

Hobart, I.. I'.. Architect, Crocker Building, San Francisco 4 entries 

Holtzclaw, J. B.. Furniture Designer, Los Angeles, Cal 2 entries 

Howells & Stokes, Architects. New York and Seattle 5 entries 

Hotel St, Francis, Exhibitor, San Francisco 4 entries 

HOWARD, John Galen, Architect. (104 Mission Street. San Francisco., 3 entries 

I 1 1 nsiiN St MUNSELL, Architects. Los Angeles, Cal 6 entries 

Huntington, D. R., & Cari 1''. Gould, Architects, Seattle. Wash .? entries 

Hint. Eager & Burns, Architects, Los Angeles, Cal 4 entries 

Hunt & Grey, Architects, Los Angeles, Cal gentries 

lliM.u. Wm. B., Architect. St. Lonis. Mo 4 entries 

J \. obberger, Jos.. Architect. Portland, ( >regon 4 entries 

John X- Schmidlin, Architects. Monadnock Building, San Francisco.. .? entries 

Kelham, G. W., Architect, Crocker Building, San Francisco 5 entries 

Kelly, Arthur K.. Architect, Los Angeles, Cal 4 entries 

KENT, Edw. C, Architect. Los Angeles, Cal I entry 

Ki mm 11. Gustav, Philadelphia, I'a ,1 entries 

Kirby, Petit &■ Green, Architects, New York ami San Francisco 1 entry 

Konti, Isidore, Sculptor, New York 3 entries 

Lansburg & Joseph, Architects. 7m, Mission Street, San Francisco.... 4 entries 

Leittle & Browne, Vrchitects, Boston, Mass .sentries 

Lewis, David C. Architects. Portland, Oregon 3 entries 

I oKM iV I [ewlett, Architects. New York '. 7 entries 

Low 1, & Ingram, Architects, Chicago, 111 1 entry 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Williams, F. T 2 entries 

Williams, E. T.. ami Babcock, Miss W. E 3 entries 

Svakz. 1 2 entries 

KlBBEY, R., McGlNNISS, J.. ClaNDLER, II. D I entry 

Bacon. Francis II I entry 



Mack, Jenney & Tyler, Interior Decorators, New York 4 entries 

Mackay & Co., Art Glass Designers, Los Angeles, Cal 18 entries 

Maggs, Herbert B., Architect, 233 Sansome Street, San Francisco 5 entries 

May, E. J., Architect, Bloomsbnry Square, London 1 entry 

Mallett, Fowler, Architect, 2335 Warring Street, Berkeley 4 entries 

Mari, Valere de, Architect, 2423 Larkin Street, San Francisco 5 entries 

Mathews, Edgar A., & Childs, Elmer E., Phclan Bldg., San Francisco 1 entry 

Mathews, Edgar A., Architect, Phelan Building, San Francisco 7 entries 

Mastropasqua, L„ Architect, 580 Washington Street, San Francisco... 5 entries 

Meyer, Frederick H., Architect, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San Francisco. 9 entries 

Mitchell, W. Garden, Architect, Monadnock Building. San Francisco. 5 entries 

Morgan & Hoover, Architects. Merchants Exchange, San Francisco... 1 entry 

MORGAN, Walls & MORGAN, Architects, Los Angeles. Cal 3 entries 

Muli.gardt, Louis Christian, Architect, Chronicle Building, San 

Francisco 8 entries 

Munich Art Glass Co., Designers, 667 Mission Street, San Francisco. -' entries 

MURCH1S0N, Kenneth M., Architect, New York 2 entries 

McCai.l & Wythe. Architects, Oakland. Cal 8 entries 

MacDonald & AiTi.KcAimt. Architects, Call Building, San Francisco.. 4 entries 

MacDonald, Kenneth, Jr., Architect, Call Building, San Francisco... 2 entries 

McDougall Bros., Architects, 235 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 8 entries 

MacLarEN & Thomas, Architects. Colorado Springs, Colo 4 entries 

MacNauchton, Raymond & Lawrence. Architects, Portland, Ore.,.. 4 entries 

\1111u & Skii.i.ing. Architects. Los Angeles. Cal 1 entry 

Newsom, Sidney B., Architect, Humboldt Hank Bldg., S.m Francisco.. 5 entries 

Newman, \V. A, Architect, David Hewes Building, San Francisco.... 4 entries 

NICHOLSON & Co., Architects, Pacific Building. San Francisco 4 entries 

Nicholson, A. I), Architect, Pacific Building, San Francisco 3 entries 

O'Brien & Werner, Architects, 68 Posl Street, San Francisco 4 entries 

O'Brien, Smith, Architect, Humboldt Bank Building, San Francisco .. 4 entries 

Odd, Charles G., Crocker Building, San Francisco 1 entry 

I'm mir & Hornbostel, Architects, New York 13 entries 

Parker, Wai rra II . Architect, 244 Kearny Street. San Francisco, ...to entries 

Parkinson & Bergstrom, Architects. Los Angeles, Cal 4 entries 

I'im & I orbbtt, Architects, New York 3 entries 

Perkins & Hamilton, Architects, Chicago, 111 4 entries 

Philofolis Furniture Shod. Designers. 1-17 California Street, San 

Francisco 3 entries 

I'i.att. Chas. A . Architects, New York 7 entries 

Pond & Pond, Architects, Chicago, ill 5 entries 

Post, Geo, B, & Sons, Architects, New York.. 4 entries 

Pragkr, (>s. m< A. Architect, Humboldt Bank Building. San Francisco. 4 entries 

Reeves, II. ALBAN, Architect. Los Angeles. Cal 1 entry 

Reynolds, Geo W., Designer, Monadnock Building. San Frand ntries 

RlGHETTI & Headman. Architects. Phelan Building sentries 

RiGHETTi & Headman, and E. H. Htldebband, Associate, Architi 

Phelan Building 1 entry 

RlXPORD, 1. P. Architect. Hewes Building 30 entries 

ROEHRIG, F. I... Architect. Los Angeles. Cal ; entries 

has J, Architect. 1400 California Street. San Francisco.. 4 entries 



Russell & Rice, Architects, Seattle, Wash 2 entries 

San Francisco Concrete Building Construction Co., Monadnock 

Building, San Francisco 4 entries 

Sarsi, O. S., Cement Garden Furniture, 1669 Howard Street, San 

Francisco 5 entries 

Sawyer, Houghton, Architect, Shreve Building, San Francisco gentries 

St hack, Jas. H., Architect, Seattle, Wash 3 entries 

Schastey & Vollmer, Interior Decorators, 1930 Van Ness Avenue, 

San Francisco 5 entries 

Schmidt, Garden & Martin, Architects. Chicago, 111 4 entries 

Schnaittacher, Sylvain, Architect, First National Bank Building, 

San Francisco 4 entries 

Sloane, W. & J., Interior Decorators, 224 Sutter Street, San Francisco. 5 entries 

Sutton & Weeks. Architects, Mutual Bank Building. San Francisco.. 6 entries 

Sexton, X. W., Architect, Chronicle Building. San Francisco 5 entries 

Shea. Frank T., & Lofquist, John O., Architects. 550 Montgomery 

Street, San Francisco 2 entries 

Sherman, Wm. D., Architect, San Francisco 1 entry 

Simmen, John Co.. Interior Designers, 64 Rausch St., San Francisco. 1 entry 

Smith, H. G, Architect. 048 Market Street, San Francisco 5 entries 

Smith, Lyltan E.. Architect. New York 3 cntrio 

SOMERVELL & Cote, Architects, Seattle. Wash 3 entries 

Spencer & Powers, Architects, Chicago, II! 2 entries 

Taylor, James Knox, Architect, Washington, D. C 4 entries 

The Enos Co., San Francisco 5 entries 

Thomas & Schneider Art Glass Co., 610 Howard St., San Francisco. 1 entry 
United Glass Works, Inc.. Art Glass Designers, 11; Turk Stren. 

San Francisco 4 entries 

VARIAN & Varian. Architects. Denver. Colo 3 entries 

Vi'Kiuv. Atkins & Torrey, Sutter Street Sentries 

Walker, A. R., Architect, Los Angeles, Cal 3 entries 

Walker, J. FLOOD, Architect, San Antonio. Texas 7 entries 

Walton, Geo., Architect, South Kensington, London 1 entry 

Western Art Glass Shade Co., 153 Turk Street, San Francisco 2 entries 

Western Cut Stone Co., Russ Building, San Francisco ( 1 stone) 1 entry 

Willcox & SAYWARD, Architects, Seattle, Wash 2 entries 

Williamson-, Frank, 550 Montgomery Street, San Francisco 2 entries 

Woon, Donn & Deminc. Architects, Washington. D. C 4 entries 

WRIGHT, Rusheorth & CaHILL, Architects, 571 California Street, 

San Francisco 3 entries 

WylORD, Leonard F.. Architect, London 1 entry 

Za.\oi.ini, I., Architect, 604 Montgomery Street, San Francisco 6 entries 




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interested in this catalogue is directed to the 
advertising pages. 

<I These have all been carefully selected to relate 
exclusively to buildings and the building trades. 
and as such present an up-to-date reference 
book of distinct value. 






Index to Advertisers 



ART GLASS 

Munich Art Glass Co 93 

Thomas & Schneider 90 

United Glass Works 94 

ASSOCIATIONS 

Master Painters & Decorators Asso- 
ciation of San Francisco 36 

National Electrical Contractors As- 
sociation t San Francisco Branch I 10 

ARCHITECTURAL SCULPTOR 

Sarsi. O. S 68 

ARTIFICIAL STONE 

Petersen. H. L 45 

ARCHITECTS' SUPPLIES 

Dietzgen Co.. Eugene too 

Sanborn, Vail & Co 97 

DANK. STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES 

Brunswick. Balke-Collender Com- 
pany 26 

Dreyfus Bros 46 

Forbes & Son, A. J 68 

Home Manufacturing Co 28 

Pacific Manufacturing Co 80 

Simmen Co., John 69 

Weber & Co.. C. F 25 

BLUE PRINTS 

California Blue Print Co 45 

Hoffman, Alice Golden 19 

HRICK MANUFACTURERS 

Carquinez Brick Co 64 

Clark & Sons. N 20 

Gladding, McBean & Co 15 

Golden Gate Brick Co 8l 

San Francisco Brick Co .12 

Steiger Terra Cotta & Pottery 

Works 3 



ItOII.F.RS 

Keystone Boiler Works 40 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 

Fuller & Co.. W. P 8-9 

Levy, ( )scar 1 96 

Waterhouse & Price Co 49-56 

Western Builders Supply Co 74 

CEMENT 

Cowell Lime & Cement Co., Henry. 1 

Grace & Co., W. R 18 

Levy. Oscar L 06 

Pacific Portland Cement Co 73 

Standard Portland Cement Co 95 

Santa Cruz Portland Cement Co... o? 

COMPRESSED AIR CLEANERS 

San Francisco Compressed Air 

Cleaning Co 16 

CONCRETE ( ONTR.M TORS 

Bluxome & Co 47 

Esterly Construction Co 70 

Keatinge & Son>. Richard 72 

K.ihn Trussed Steel Co 8t 

Petersen. H. L 45 

Ransome Concrete Co. of California 1 1 

CONTRACTORS ami BUILDERS 

Bradshaw. Edwin 57 

Brandon & Lawson 31 

Campbell, James 77 

Chisholm, R. A 26 

Coburn. Ira W 4S 

Fennel!, Martin M 25 

Hicks Co.. Lewis A 13 

Johnston, A. B 42 

Lange & Bergstrom 7 

Masow & Morrison 19 

Matthies & Griffith 31 

Moore Building Co., C. P 24 

Standard Construction Co 7^ 

Walker. P. J 37 



CONTRACT BONDS 
Empire State Surety Co 40 

DOOR HANGERS 
Sartorius Company 39 

DOOR OPENER 
The Akard Door Opener Co 47 

ENCRAVERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 
Commercial Art Co 58 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
Butte Engineering & Electric Co. . . 34 
California Electrical Construction 

Co 66 

Decker Electrical Company 18 

Sutton Co., John G 3 n 

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 
General Electric Company 62 

ELEVATORS 

Otis Elevator Co 102 

Van Emon Elevator Co 27 

ENGINEERS 

Barker, Little & Hall 92 

Breite, C. E., W. W 19 

Donegan, Hugh 42 

Kahn & MacDonald 81 

McEnerney, C. E., C. L 26 

Monin. Thomas .u 

Wieland, C. F 47 

ENGINEERS. ilNSPFl TION) 

Hornlein & Noble 31 

Hunt & Co., Robert \V .18 

ENGINEERS, (ILLUMINATING) 
General Electric Compart) 6a 

FIREPROOF DOORS 

Boyd & Moore 8a 

Dahlstrom Metallic Door Co 00 

McNear Co., F. W 99 

Variety Mfg Co Ba 



FIREPROOFING 

Clinton Fireproofing Co. of Cali- 
fornia 35 

Roebling System of Fireproofing... 23 
San Francisco Fireproofing Co 84 

GARBAGE CHUTES 
Bradshaw, Edwin 57 

GRANITE 
Raymond Granite Co 67 

HARDWARE 

Brittain & Co 63 

Corbin. P. & F 4-5 

Palace Hardware Co 4-5 

Joost Brothers 20 

Reading Hardware Co 63 

Russell & Erwin Mfg. Co 20 

Yale & Tow ne 87 

HARDWOODS 

Dieckmann Hardwood Co 21 

White Brothers 24 

HEATING AND VENTILATING 
Sutton Co., John G 30 

HOTEL KITCHEN EQUIPMENT AND 

RANGES 

Us &• CO., John I, ...... SJ 

Mangrum & Otter 20 

INTERIOR DECORATORS VND FUR- 
M IXIRE 

City ot Paris 

Sloane. \V. &• J 103 

Schastey & Vothnn 16 

Wocker, A C. M 

JOIST HANGERS 
Van Dorn Iron Works 
Waterhonse & Price Co «o-s6 



LIGHTING FIXTURES 

Adams & fiollopeter 17 

Bauer Fixture- Company 40 

The Enos Co. of New York 12 

MARBLE WORK 

Baxter Marble Co 72 

Columbia Marble Co 2 

Mu st o Sons, Joseph-Keenan Co.... 6 

Sterling Marble Co 33 

MANTELS AND TILE 

Mangrom & Otter 25 

Montague & Co., W. W 20 

METAL t ORNER BEADS 

Richards. J. \V 85 

Sharon Steel 1 loop Co 85 

MET U. minus AND TRIM 

Dahlstrom Metallic Door Co 99 

McNear & Co., F. W 09 

METAL I't'KNI I LTRE 

Van Dorn Iron Works Co 86 

Crocker Co., II. S Wi 

Ml I \1. I \ I'll 

Garry Iron & Steel Co 85 

General Fireproofing Co., The 50 

Richards. J. W 85 

Roebling Construction Co., The.... 23 
Waterhouse & Price Company. . .49-56 

METAL TILE 

Sanitary Metal Tile Co 55 

Waterhouse i\ Prii e Co 40-50 

MILL WORK 

Burnham-Standcford Co 44 

Pacific Manufacturing Co 80 



i BUILDING DIRECTORIES 

The Tablet & Ticket Co 42 

ORNAMENTAL BRONZE AND IRON 
WORK 

Bell & Phister 14 

California Artistic Metal & Wire 

Co 83 

Rudgear-Merle Co 08 

Sartorius & Co 92 

Schrieber & Sons, L 72 

Western Builders' Supply Co 72 

ORNAMENTAL PLASTER AND CON- 
CRETE 

Sarsi. O. S 68 

PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES 

Fuller & Co., W. P 8-9 

National Lead Co of California... 76 

Rinald Bros 54 

Waterhouse & Price Co 40-56 

Whittier-Coburn Company 4.1 

PAINTING CONTRACTORS AND 
DECORATORS 

Keefe. J. II 93 

Mauudrell. II 90 

Wagner Bros 71 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Pacific Photo Co 04 

PICTURE FRAMES 
Sanborn, Vail & Co 97 

PLASTERING CONTRACTORS 

Clarke. 1 ). Ross 7" 

Knowles & Kaiser 46 

Mellon. Thos 48 

Morehouse, C. C 65 



PLASTER AND LIME 




REVERSIBLE WINDOWS 




Cuwcll Lime & Cement Co., Henry 


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Dean Reversible Window Co... 


■ ■ 59 


1 Ivdrale Lime & Plaster Co 

Nevada Gypsum Co 


90 
8o 


REVOLVING DOORS 

Atchison "Curved Wing" Revolv 


ng 


PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES 


Door 


■ ■ 53 


Clow & Sons. James B 


8(5 


Waterhouse & Price Co 


.49-56 


Federal-Huber Co 

1 [aines, Jones & Cadbury Co 

Keithlev & Co., C. A 

Trenton Potteries Co 


89 

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82 


ROOFING TIN' AND TILE 

Meurer Bros. Co 

MacDonald, A. 11 


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PLUMBING CON 1 K \< Ti IRS 
Klimm, F. J 


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Rl BBER FLOOR TILE 
Western Builders' Supplj 1 •• 


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1 Si k & Son, Win. S 


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PRISM AND \ At I.I LIGHTS 




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Waterhouse & Prici Co., 


SANDSTONE 
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PRINTERS AND l't'l',1 [SHI RS 


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RANGES AND REFRIGER \ TORS 








Mangrum X: Otter 


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SHINGLE M MNS 




REINFORCED CONCRETE SUPPLIES 


Cat ti Shingle Stains 
Waterhou! 


54 


Richards, 1 W 


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SIDEWALK LIGHTS 




Roebling Construction Co., 




Jack I' II 


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San Francisco Fireproofing 1 
Trussed Concrete Steel Co 


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STAIR BUILDERS 




Warehouse & Pri 


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STRUCTURAL STEEL AND IKON 

Mortenson Construction Co 46 

Pacific Rolling Mills Co 79 

Pacific Structural Iron Works 18 

Ralston Iron Works, Inc 34 

STOKE WINDOW BARS 

Lillcy & Thurston Co., The 41 

Kawnccr System 41 

TERRA COTTA 

Clark & Sons, N 20 

Gladding, McBean & Co 15 

Steigcr Terra Cotta & Pottery 

Works 3 

Golden Gate Brick Co 81 

TILES 
Hartford Faience Co 79 



VARNISHES 

Chicago Varnish Co 97- 

I'ullcr & Co.. W. P 9 

Pratt & Lambert 74 

San Francisco Pioneer Varnish 

Works 60-61 

Standard Varnish Works 9 

Whitticr-Cohurn Co 43 

Worden & Meeker 88 

WALL PAPERS 

L'hl Bros 44 

WATER HEATERS 

Basford. H. R 28 

Pittsburg Water Heater Co 41 

Rmid Water Heater Co 28 

Thieben & Co., Jos 41 

WATERPROOFING 

Dwan, 1". W 78 

Toch Bros 78 

WOOD t AU\ ERS 

Grosser, M. F 97 



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MT. DIABLO CEMENT 



used throughout this building 



SOLD BY 

HENRY COWELL LIME & CEMENT CO. 

95 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO 




Entrance to Alaska Commercial Building, San Francisco 
Mbybks & Ward, trchitecu. San Francisco 



EXAMPLE OF \\<>Kk EXECUTED BY 
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COLUMBIA MARBLE CO. 

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CALIFORNIA MARBLE 



268 MARKET STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Quarries ::::::: Columbia, Tuolumne County, California 
Finishing Plant : Corner Seventeenth and Missouri Streets, San Francisco 



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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S. A. 



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NEW YORK CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA 

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General Contractors and Manufacturers <>t 

All Kinds of Marble Work 



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Building Contractors 



1017-1021 MONADNOCK BUILDING 



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Armorite Damp Resisting Paint 

A superior waterproof coating for inside walls of 
brick or concrete. A coat of Armorite thoroughly 
brushed into the surface of the masonry will per- 
fectly fill and hermetically seal the porous surface 
of the work and absolutely prevent dampness or 
moisture from striking through. 

If properly applied it is in every essential a per- 
fect Damp Resistant, which will repel moisture in 
every form. As a reliable and satisfactory paint 
for this special class of work its value cannot be 
overestimated. 

ARMORITE is dense black in color, works easily, 
has excellent covering properties, and wears. If 
an attractive finish in light color is desired, a coat 
of any shade of oil paint or kalsomine finish can 
be easily applied over the Armorite coating. 

ARMORITE Damp Resisting paint is the prod- 
uct of scientific and practical experiments, and is 
a special paint adapted only for the special purpose 
of effectively sealing the pores of masonry, render- 
ing the surface damp-proof. 

W. P. Fuller & Co. 

Paints, Oils and Varnishes 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



BRANCHES 

Sacramento, Oakland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Stockton, California 

Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Washington 

Portland, Oregon 




Palace Hotel, San Francisco 
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The Perfect White Enamel 

Satinette is u-markablc for its BLIGANCI 

and DURABILITY. It is the kind 

that appeals to the particular. 



PINCHIN, JOHNSON & CO., Ltd. 

LONDON, i NGI v\l> 
LIcMUMf for ihp I'nitcd St 
Standard Varnish Works. New Y<»rk-t ' 

sold ON TH1 \-i BT 

W. P. FULLER cf COMPANY 

San Kiinii.i Oakland, San Diego, Stockton, California 

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National Electrical Contractors 
Association 

Of the Pacific Coast 



List of Members 

Bachman, Jerome X 127 Montgomery Strict 

Brouillel Electric Co 251 Stevenson Street 

Hutu- Engineering and Electric Cm 683 Howard Street 

fornia Electric Con. Co 680 Mission Street 

Central Electric Co 1H5 Stevenson S 

Century Electric Con. Co 18 Fell Street 

lovi i. J II . Co 682 Howard Street 

Meeker Electric Co 115 New Montgomery Street 

Hanbridgc-Loyst Electric Co 77 Sutter Street 

Hetty Bros 12i, Ellis Streel 

Independent Electric Con. Co 3S1 Fulton Street 

Kir-ten. \Y. II 55 McAllister Street 

Latchem Engineering and Electric Co 214 Ellis Street 

Levy Electric Co 64S Sacramento Street 

Manhattan Electric Con. Co 242 Waller Street 

Marcus. G 526 Golden Gate Avenue 

Marine Electric Ce> 350 Howard Streel 

McFell Electric Co Royal Insurance Building 

Modern Electric Co 10 Marshall Square 

National Electric Co 103 Turk Streel 

Pacific Fire Extinguisher Co ....507 Montgomery Streel 

Ridley, A. E. Brookj Humboldt Bank Building 

Rochdale Electric Co 59 Guerrero Street 

Standard Electric Co 60 Natoma Street 

Sutton, J. G., Co 220 Minna Streel 

Thoclc. A. C 251 Stevenson Street 

Union Electric Co 957 Howard Streel 

Wcidcnthal-Goslincr Electric Work- 623 Mission Streel 




HIM 

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i Ion I Sacramento 
Sat rami ito I il 



Silloh & rluiMiNCg, Architect! 
Sacramento. Ctl. 



ERECTED COMF1 B i B B V 

RANSOM E 
CONCRETE COMPANY 

01 CALIFORNIA 

Building Construction 



IRIK'RIR lit ll.lUNi ; 



SAN IK Wi'Ihi ) 




3tt is tlje Uisible expression of ont's belief in the beautiful 




LIGHTING FIXTURES 



The Enos Co. of New York 



San Francisi.ii 



C, E. ROESCH, Manager 



CO 1ST REPRESENTATIVES 



J. C. English Co., Portland Cutter & Plummer, Spokane 

Cox & Gleason Co., Seattle The Kellogg Studios, Tacoma 

The Brooks Decorating Co., Los Angeles 




Untvergit] I lub 



ii i.K, Architect* 



Cetots QL Htcfes Co. 

JJutltnng Construction 



it 




Vaults and I 'ault Doors 
Safe Deposit Boxes 
Metallic Furniture 
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes 



PARCELLS SAFE COMPANY 

GENERAL OFFICES AND SALESROOMS 

577 MARKET STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



Jklephane Marker Z37E 



S.F.Phisier, Prop. 




m 



& 




£>•» 



(DrtuuttiMtlal 
Slroii-Jdrasa t 
%\ J'latimTlUorks 



211-213-215 8»" St. 
bet. howard & folsom 

San Francisco. 



BankSOffice Railing 
Elevator Enclosures S Cars 
Stairs S Railings, Grilles 
Folding Oatps 
wire work 




GLADDING, McBEAN & CO. 

CROCKER UUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO 

WORKS: LINCOLN, CAL. 

CLAY PRODUCTS 

ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COT TA 
STANDARD, LUSTROUS AND MAT GLAZE. 
AN EXTENSIVE POLY-CHROME PALETTE 




Building (or Metropolitan I it. Im. < >> . San I hum 

I 

The entire exterior, including terrace balustrades, in White Mai 
Enamel Terra Cotta, bj Gladding, McBean & ( 




AND 

V&LLMER 

fcsTvfl D?core\tbrs 

RESIDENCES, CLUBS 
AND HOTELS - 

Exec.ute.tl ii\ our* owr\ 

j?AN fJ^NCISCO - ~ CALIFORNIA 




Vacuum Sweeping Plants 

S. F. Compressed Air 
Cleaning Co. 

Agents for 

The Vacuum Cleaner Company 

New York 

San Francisco Office 

24 Montgomery St. 

Plants Installed in 

San Francisco Banks and Office 

Buildings 

Union Trusl Company 
Hibcrniu Savings and Loan Society 
Humboldt Savings Bank 
Metropolis Trust and Savings 
Anglo and London Paris Bank 



First National 


Grant Building 


Crocker Building 


Shreve Building 


A. Schilling & Co. 


Shreve & Co.'s Store 


Italian American 


Macdonough Building 


Bank of Italy 


White House 


Mercantile Trust 


Butler Building 


Bank of California 


Security Building 


Chronicle 


Alaska Commercial 


Monadnock 


S. F. Post Office 


Hales Inc. 


United States Mint 


Hotels and Apartment Houses 


Fairmont 


Cornelia 


St. Francis 


Granada 


Stewart 


Bellevue 


Menlo 


Pabat 


Normandie 


Mann 


Victoria 


Kohbins 


And 


many others 




> 




The new Orpheum Theatre was linhteu by Adams & Hollopeter with 
"1)1 RETTA." This beautiful composition is made only l>> G.E.Waltet 
in New York ami sold on the Pacific Coast onl> In us. We art- (Had to let 
the ( )rpheum bracket sketched aboi e indicate the possibilities of this material 
in good liirlitm^. 

\ D VMS ,\ HOLLOPETER 

Makers of Lighting Fixtures and Agents for "Duretta " 

745 MISSION STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 



W. R. GRACE ff CO. 

614 CALIFORNIA STREET 
BEST IMPORTED CEMENTS 



Kearny 1950 

DECKER 
ELECTRICAL COMPANY 

Engineers and Contractors 

Conduit Systems a Specialty 



Agents for 
S. H. Couch Co. Telephones 



115 New Montgomery St. 

SAN FRANCISCO 



K. J. w. ANDERSEN 



C. LARSKN 



Pacific Structural Iron Works 

370-84 TENTH STREET 

CONTRACTING AND ESTIMATING IN 

Structural Iron and Steel, Fire Escapes, Etc. 



J. M. MORRISON 



I II MASOW 



MASOW & MORRISON 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



518 522 Monadnock Buildinu 



San Francisco 



W. W. Breite, C. E. 

Structural Engineer 

tnd Deulll loi 

All Classes of Metallic Structures 

702-704-706 
THOM \s CI i NIK BUILDING 

California ini" Moetiomery Siren* 

san FRANCISCO, CA1 tFORNIA 

pho\ ES Kbarhv 81 S, Mi ■-,! ■ 



Alice 

Coldai 

Hoffman 



Blue Prints 
Black Line Prints 
Blue Line Prints 
Cloth Prints 



A tins Building 

6O4 Mi ■•tor 



WORKS 
u EST ALAMEDA 



N. CLARK & SONS 



ESTABLISHED 1*64 



Manufacturers of 

Architectural Terra Cotta, Enamel and 

Polychrome Finish, Pressed Brick 

And Kindred Clay Products 

OFFICE 

17 AND 19 SPEAR STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 




UNIT LOCK 
Dupont Design 



Pabian s. Jooit. President H. w. Tbrarks, Vice-Pres. 
J. 1. Lawles8 ( Secrelarj I. C. Walker, Treasurer 

JOOST BROTHERS 

INCORPORATED 

Builders' Hardware, Tools 
Etc. 

1274-76 Market Street, near Larkin 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Carrying a complete stock of 

RusswiN 

Fine Builders' Hardware 
Made by 

Russell &. Erwin Mfg. Co. 

New Britain, Conn. 



MODERN PLUMBING EQUIPMENT 

With fifty years' experience in 
the manufacture of 

Sanitary 
Plumbing Goods 

we are prepared to furnish 
fixtures to meet the require- 
ments of every style of build- 
ing, and which for quality, 
service and satisfaction are 
unexcelled. 

A visit 10 our showrooms will he found full of helpful sufjfjestions 

Haines. Jones & Cadbury Co. 

MAKERS OF PLUMBING SUPPLIES 

II30-H44 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia 

B«»NCHIS- SAVANNAH AMD SAN FRANCISCO 




846-848 BRYANT STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



DIECKMANN HARDWOOD CO. 

HARDWOODS AND CABINET WOODS 



LOGS, TIMBERS. LUMBER. VENEERS 
PARTICULARLY OF MAHOGANY. PRIMAVERA 
GENIZERO. KOA. OAK. ROSEWOOD. SPANISH 
CEDAR, ETC.. ETC.. ETC. 

HARDWOOD FLOORING 



OFFICE. 244 CALIFORNIA STREET 
BANDSAW AND VENEER MILLS. BEACH AND TAYLOR STS. 

SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



JOS F FORDERER, 

PRESIDENT 



= — & . 

TILE SLATE 

AND 

M ETAL ROOFING 

PATENTED 

VENTILATED 

SKYLIGHTS. 



-J-. 



ESTABLISHED I87S 



GEO S FORDERER. 

SECV. a MANAGER 




ARCHITECTURAL 

SHEET 

METAL WORK 

COPPER 

AND ZINC 

ORNAMENTS 



r 



Fire Proof Metal Winpow Frames and Sash 

ACCEPTED BY NATIONAL FIRE UNDERWRITERS 

Cor. Potrero Ave. and I6t"St. San FRANCISCO, CaL. 



MADE IN SAN FRANCISCO 




Roebling System 
of Fireproofing 

The System that is Fireproof 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Wire and Expanded Metal Lath 

All Gauges Painted or Galvanized 



The Roebling Construction Co. 

1017-1018 Crocker Building 
San Francisco California 



l.ATH IN ROLLS 
2S inches wide ISO feet long 



Kitchen Equipment and Installations 

For Residences, Chili Houses, Hotels, Restaurants 
to which we give our entire attention 

Our experience, advice and services are at your disposal 

JOHN G. ILS & CO. 

827-829 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO 



Our Specialty is French Ranges (Brick Set), which 
we make in our own Factory 



C. M MOORfi 



L P. MOORE 



C. P. Moore Building Co. 

General Contractors 
702 MILLS BUILDING SAN FRANCISCO 



A. 


C. WOCKER 




Decorator 


1370 SUTTER STREET 




Sun Francisco 



WHITK BROTHERS 



Hardwoods 

Largest Stock West 
of Chicago 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



1VM. S. SNOOK, President 






l . W. SNOOK, Vice-Pn 




WM. 


s. 


SNOOK 

Plumbers 


& SON 


594-596 


CLAY STREET 


SAN FRANCISCO 




The National Bank ol Long Beat h, Call foraia i n pp< 



We are the largest 
dealers in 



Bank 

Equipment 
on the 
Pacific 
Coast 

You will Hiu! our 
satisfied cua turn era 
f \ ery "here. Also 
manufacturers of 
Hyloplate Black- 
board, Church ami 
T li ea te r Seating, 
Roll In- Partitions, 
Venetian Blinds. 

ii our Ixmklel 
"Handbook of Sraiirnj" 
l*rec 10 



Cn Aa/ltdl/O c r^{\ 365-367 Market Street, San Francisco, Cai 
. r. XX r,nrA\ (X V^^., 210-212 N. Main Street, Los Angeles, i w 



MARTIN M. FENNELL 

Mason and Builder 



l< B 

'OXCROFT Bl ILDING 

58 POST S IK! 



SAN IK VNCISC ' ' 



R. A. CHISHOLM 

Builder 



Builders' Exchange ISO lessie Si. 



C. L. McEnerney, C. E. 
Surveyor 

BALBOA BUILDING 

SAN FRANCISCO 



City Lots 
Grades 

Cross Sections 




STORE 

BANK 

OFFICE 

HIGH WE CABINET WORK Of ALL DESCRIPTION 

-ESTIMATES FURNISHED.- 

tUfPRUNSWICK POLLENDER 
IsIDALKE - LOMPANY. 

T6j=7#7 MISSION -ST. between 3 "^"Sts. 




VAN EMON ELEVATOR CO. 

Capitalization, $1,000,000.00 
General Offices. San Francisco Branches, Seattle and Portland 



NOTABLE INSTALLATIONS 



One thousand Elevatoi Installations in varioui 


*aci he 


I 'nasi Cities 




No. 


Type 


Speed 


Load 


WC FIGHT THE 




10 


Puss. 

Pasv 
I'.iss and Frt. 

I\lss 

1 rt 


MM 
400 

.150 
M 


2500 

an 

2500 
2500 
12000 


ELEVATOR TRUST AMD 




SAVE OWNERS 




THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS 


Harron-Rlckard & McCone 

Los Anjjfli's, Cal. 


THE STOCKHOLDERS 

OF VAN EMON ELEVATOR 


Pacific F.lectric Railway Building 

Portland, Oregon 


8 


Pass. 


400 


an 


CO ARC SAN FRANCISCO 
PEOPLE 


iv.nl. m. 1 Commercial Cluh 
Masonic Building Association 

Seattle, Wash. 


3 

1 


Pass. 
Pass. 


250 


2000 

MOO 


THE EMPLOYEES ARE 
CALIFORNIANS AND 
THEIR WAGES HELP 


Vancouver, B. C. 


10 


I\iss, .ind Frt. 


in 


4000 


MERCHANTS TO PAY A 

RENTAL THAT GIVES REAL 
ESTATE ITS VALUE 




4 


Peso 


.150 


2000 





SPECIFY 

RU U D 

Automatic Gas Water Heater 

The World's Standard ( )ften copied but never equated 

Ask us about 

NEW OIL BURNING STORAGE SYSTEM 



H. R. BASl'ORD 229 O'FARRELL STREET 

Sou: Agent SAN FRANCISCO 

Sweet's [ndex, Page 800 



i i BAM \\\. President and Mai J. F. lt""i I 

Home Manufacturing Co. 

Bank, Store and Office Fittings 

Furniture and Hardwood Interiors 

Cabinet Work of Every Description 



543 and 545 Bkannan St. s.an Francisco, Cal. 

Phone Kearnj 1514 




Mantels 
Grates 6# 
Tile 

Mosaic Tile Floors 
and Wainscoting 

Art Tile and 
Mouldings 

Brick, Stone and 
Tile Mantels 

The entire front of this building was lined with Enameled Tile in two colors by us 



W. W. Montague & Co. M £&L 



MANGRUM & OTTER 



t\l ORI'f.K \ lll> 



561-563 MISSION STREET 
San Francisco 

Imptrttri and Jtbbtri tf 

Stoves, Ranges, Refrigerators 

Tin ami Enamel Ware, Etc. 

Manufacturers tftnid Ctntracttrs ftr tbt Installali 

Wood Mantels, Tiles, and Grates 

Hot Water, Furnace, and Steam Heating Apparatus 

Complete Kitchen. Hotel and Bakery Outfits 



Automatic Fire Extinguisher 



(Sprinkler System) 



Heating 



Ventilating 



John G. Sutton Co. 

Contracting Engineers 

229 Minna Street 



Plumbing Sheet Metal Work 



Electric Construction 



H. C. MATTH1ES 



u M n GRIFFITH 



MATTHIKS & GRIFFITH 

CARPENTER CONTRACTORS 

18T3 JESSIE STREET builders' exchange 




Aixonaui Club B 

San !■■ ii 






BRANDON & LAWSON 

MASONS AND Bt u 
ISO JESSIE STREET bi 11 DERS' i \i n w 



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HORNLEIN & NOBLK 

INSPECTING ENGINEERS OF 

CEMENT : CONCRETE : STEEL 



217-218 HUMBOLDT BANK HI. DC. 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALI1 . 



SAN 


FRANCISCO BRICK 

COMMON AND REPRESSED 
B U I L D 1 N G B RICK 

Clinker and Blue Brick 
a Specialty 

01 PICE: 


CO. 


WELLS FARGO & CO.'S BU1LDINC 


I 




San ! rant i sco, California 





MEM. A. 5, M I. 



MEM. a, 5. II- & V. K 



THOMAS MORRIN 

CONSULTING MECHANICAL ENGINEER 

spi ciai n 

Powei Plants, Mechanical Equipment <>f Buildings 

Heating, Ventilation, Wiring, Water Works 



BALBOA BUI. DISC 



San Francisco 




Bnmnn v\ elli i wm .\ I p B 

S.m I i 



Marble Work in the ibovc building inibUled bj 



mti;ui.,i:\<. 



• TIPS 

FLOORS 

WAINSCOT 



M A U HLK 



(<»M PAN\ 



OIBct .nut K.>. ■ 

1121 Fell Street, San Francisco 



RALSTON IRON WORKS, INC. 

Structural Steel 

Ornamental Iron Work 

Gray Iron Castings 

Twentieth and Indiana Streets, San Francisco 



HIGH GRADE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION WORK 



Butte ©ngtnrrrfng ano electric Co. 

683-87 HjotoarD fetrcrt 

fean jfranctsico 



PAUL C. BUTTE 



C. F. BUTTE 



P. H. JACKSON & COMPANY 

(Incorporated) 

Manufacturers of 

SIDEWALK LIGHTS 

Waterproof Sidewalk Doors, Basement Ventilators, Automatic Sidewalk Door Openers, 
Coal Hole Covers, Patent Sidewalk Construction, Iron and Steel Work for Buildings. 

225-229 FIRST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Clinton Fireproofing Co. of California 

Contractors for the Fireproofing and the Furring and Lathing Work 

L. A. NORRIS 

WESTERN SALES AGENT FOR 

Clinton Wire Lath and Clinton Electrically Welded Fabric 




Fliti i toot, PjUcp Hotel. 



Trowbki Architect* 



1 
idea in 

ed, and thai 

. 

.ill columns ■ 
thing through 

building and I mplemy 



Members of the 

Master Painters & Decorators Ass'n 
Of San Francisco 



W. T. BECK Prcsidi nl 

0. W . WENDT Vice Pn - 

0. N. YEAKLE Second Vice-Prcs. 

V. \V. GOETZE Third Vice Pres. 

MAX COHN i ■ 

0. A. Anderson 35 Sharon St rex- 1 

H. J. A xt 3252 Mission Street 

Paul Agnar 2872 California Strecl 

II. Ankers -- Lexington Avenue 

W. T. Beck 761 Devisadero Strict 

P. Bacigalupi 612 Broadwaj 

E. II. Black 3073 Sixteenth Street 

Jos. Burns --i'5 Folsoni Street 

II. Becher 1676 Fulton Street 

Wm. Bernstein <• Liberty Street 

J. F. Byrne 961 Dolores Street 

.1. P. Brick ley 1774 Post Street 

Bradley & Son 2124 Market Street 

II. Berhan 357 Valencia Street 

F. R. Bradbury.. 3504 Putnam Street, Fruitvale 
II. Curdy 140 Laguna Street 

M. COHN 1038 Golden Gate Avenue 

Cook's 1 use, Co 1616 Markel Streel 

Clarke & Dickson 1441 Haight Street 

Ferd Christ 2217 Jackson Street 

Cramer Bros 646 Castrp Street 

C M. Cartas 1605 Polk Streel 

T. Copnic 36 Lakeview Avenue 

A. E. Clifford ....4016 Twenty-second Street 

I". Cunec 713 Greenwich Street 

R. Clarke & Sons <m7 Larkin Streel 

A. Christen sem 615 Dolores Street 

V.J. Donovan 554 Haight Streel 

1;. \. Daniels 333- California Streel 

W. R. Eaton 503 Leavenworth Street 

H. ECKART 53> Dolores Street 

Khat & KitM 3022 California Street 

D. Foley it Haight Street 

j. P, Fraser 841 O'Farrell Strei I 

11. C. FeODERSON t 1-* I Point L a Avenue 

Kick linns *S3 Fell Street 

I". W. Goetze 37-' 1 ) Twenty-sixth Street 

Gehcke & Fbilbach 75 Sanchei Street 

F. Griffin <>~(> Dolores Streel 

Jus. Gewirtz 1086 Potrero Avenue 

Grimes & Lucas ....... jii Twentieth Avenue 

J. Hoffman 9"7 Page Street 

I. E. Harrison (34 Polk Streel 

P, II. Hansen 7 West Park Street 

i- Heine 1180 Stanyan Streel 

P. II. Ih.;., i\s 314 Laguna Streel 

P. Johnson 1331 Eighteenth Streel 

A, Jablonski 1617 Green Streel 

H. Kern 121 * ieai 

T. M. II. Kit .!.!■■ v . . .4168 Twenty-sixth Streel 

I". Kiesei 575 Fulton Street 

I*. N. Kuss Co 1335 Broadway, Oakland 



I. C. ROMAINE....I or. and Fin Si 1 

ELBERT OLNEY Re« Set 

P. II. HANSEN Sergeant -at- Arms 

1: l WOOD M.l Statisticaii 

|N0. 11. HANSEN Vttorney 

Kroder Bros 212a Howard Streel 

W. R. Knepprr 337 Tenth Avenue 

I. Kissel 1548 California Streel 

0. Koenig 365 Church Streel 

C. Lessii --[5 Gear; 

II. E, Lenhari 1177 Sanchez Street 

1". LOREHZEN 468 Fourth Avenue 

A Larson 7^4 O'Farrell Streel 

W. T. Maynard 2771 Folsoni Streel 

Jmo. Mannin 2027 Oak Streel 

II. Maundreli 4''4 Golden Gate Avenui 

J. A. Mohr 2503 Clay Street 

G " HcCahon ....4224 Twenty- fourth Street 

W. T. McKennv 2672 Folsoni Streel 

<1. Orsi 630 Washington Streel 

K. C. Olbsen Co i''3 ' I'Farrell Si 1 eel 

K. Olnby 1336 Mission Streel 

K. Pynb & Sons 2720 Folsoni Street 

M. Pearl 274 Fourth Avenue 

I WO. Ill \i.i 1492 Market StrCl I 

v Q\ vndt 374 Guerrero Street 

I C. RotlAIN] 1936 Bush Street 

1. Speetzen 1019 York Streel 

Fred Schaefbr 265 Duboce Avenue 

Adah Schabfer 3*5* Sixteenth Streel 

Wm. Schabfer 1431 Hayes Street 

J, Si. Denis & Co 1457 Ellis Street 

Wm. Shbphbrd ii Crescent Avenue 

II SCHULTZ 8 SOI 1876 Filberl Street 

J, S. Scon 8 Co 213 K. 13th St.. Oakland 

Chas, Schofielo 3073 Sixteenth Street 

J. Storman 34 Lundy Lane 

R, Sobknsen i''i Thirty-firsl Avenue 

C. B. Sovi 3-1 Clementina Street 

C. Si everts 2807 Pine Streel 

I. Spark 483 Pine Street 

In; TOZER CO 228 < Srant Avenue 

!■".. Tbngborg 206 Dolores Street 

V. Tagliafico 596 Union Street 

1 I -■< H \ii' 'I.11 1318 Pacific Street 

W. S. I'riiAM .337 Devisadero Streel 

Wagner Bros 53" Gough Street 

I".. D. Williams 2413 Sutter Street 

0. W WiM.r it) Sanchez Streel 

B. I". Woodali 1248 Stanyan Streel 

R. Wanner 2828 Bush Streel 

.1. II. Weiskr 312 clipper Streel 

M, Walk 567 Fulton Street 

< ), Wbibmann 238 Twenty-eighth Streel 

F. Wagner 2830 Harrison Street 

O. N. Yi \m.i 1517 Golden Gate Avenue 

i>' Zelinski 1751 Posl Street 



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[ llj ol Ptiiis Bulldtnjt 
San Prai 



I. R Mn 

>.in I r, 



P. J. WALKER 

Bu tiding Construct 

\Ii>\ IDNOCK lii n DING, SAN Fi \Hi I! 



t j ifi^F : riiil ijir T 


■PJT-1 






h \--i ikgs & Baksr, Architect; 
San Jose. Cal. 

MISSION TILE 

Manager 

San Francisco, Cal. 




Lombard k. -,.■ 
Sjn Jusi- . Cal. 

COVERED W 11 M 

MEURER'S TIN GALVANIZED 

A. H. MacDONALD, Pacific Coas 
185 Stevenson Street Phone Douclai wo 



KOUERT W. HUNT JNO. I. CONE I HALLSTED l>. W, McNAUGHER 

ROBERT W. HUNT & CO. 

ENGINEERS 

BUREAU OF INSPECTION, TESTS 
AND CONSULTATION 

425 WASHINGTON STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 
Main Office; 1121 The Rookery, Chicago 
S< iu York Pittsburg St. bouh London Montreal 

Inspection of Bridges, Buildings and Other Structures 

Tests and Inspection of all Materials and Equipment 

Inspection of Cement 



CHEMICAL LABORATORIES 



PHYSICAL LABORATORIES 



RELIANCE HANGERS 




Double gear device for moving two doors in opposite directions at the same time 

IX the past few years Reliance Hangers have come to supersede all otl 
hangers where Strength, Durability, and Smooth, Easy, Noiseless action is 
required. They are in use in more than eighty per cent of the largest ol 
buildings erected in New York City during the past few years. All over the 
country also the merits of these hangers are beginning to be appreciated. u hen 
ever you come across an easy, noiselessly running door, just examine the name 
plate on the hanger and see if it isn't a ■■Reliance." 

Some Of the buildings recently erected in San Francisco that are equipped with 
Reliance Hangers are: The Kohler & Chase Building (Fred Meyers, architect), 
French Savings Hank ( K. A Bozio, architect i. Lars C. La r sen Building (O'Brien 
& Werner, architects), and Pillslmry Building (Meyers & Ward, architects!. 
Goldberg-Bowen Building (Meyers & Ward, architects), Royal Insurance Build- 
ing (Howell & Stokes, architects), Oakland Bank of Savings (Dicky & Reed, 
architects ). 

RELIANCE HANGERS 

Consist of three grooved, solid steel tracks— the upper and lower of which are 
stationary, while the center track (which is attached to the lop of i door) moves 
between the two <>n solid steel balls. These l>:ilK are sel in carriages and fitted 
into the grooves so thai the action i- till direct ball-bearing, with the minimum 
amounl "f friction. The Reliance -In >nl«l nol be confused with other so-called 
ball bearing hangers which ran on wheels or ball-bearing wheels. There are ho 
wheels in Reliance Hat 

For further information regarding these hangers and for demonstration, in- 
spection of models, etc., appl) to S.m Krancisco Agent: 

SARTOR1US COMPANY 

Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron and Bronze 

OFFICE AMI WOKKS 

FIFTEEN 111 AND U I AH S fS. 



SAN 1 RAM 1M <>. l \l 




I \\ o-Sp.-cit H.ine.-r (or movini; two dOOfl in the s.inu- dire, lion: one door at double 
■peed of the other 




Keystone 

Boiler 

Works 

Marine and Stationary 
toilers 

Tanks and Steel Plate 
Work 

Agents for the Parker 
Water Tube Hoiler 

In use in Fairmont Hotel 
Shreve Building 
S. P. Hospital. 

8000 H. P. hein- in- 
stalled in S. P. Co.'s 
electric station at 
Fruitvale. 

Main and 
Folsom 

Streets 

San Francisco 



ARCHITF.CTS, PROTECT YOUR CLIENTS WITH THE 



CONTRACT BONDS 



Empire State Surety Co. 

Assets, $1,449,337.74 
JAMES C, HAYBURN, Pac. Coast Mgr. 



Phone Kearnv 799 



573 California Street 
San Francisco 




JOSEPH THIEBEN 



PITTSBURG 

AUTOMATIC 

Water Heater 



Jos. Thieben & Co. 

Sole Agents 
667 Mission St. San Francisco 

Telephone Kearny 3762 

Gold Medal Award 

Ovei .ill other Automatic Water Hesters, 

California State Fair, Oakland 

Also social awards on 

Pittsburg Storage Heaters 

Pittsburg House Heaters 

Pittsburg Lion Storage Heaters 



"KAWNEER" corner 


MARS 


ihd KAWNEER SYSTEM 01 




PLATE GLASS SETTING 




SAVE 75% 




PLATE GLASS INSI RANCE— LET I S >H<>\\ 


YOl 


THE LILLEY & THURSTON CO. 




one Keamj ISM 82 SECOND STREET SAM ERA! 




WILLSON'S 

Office and Loft Building 

DIRECTORIES 

Always Alphabetical and 
Changeable 



in use in 1 16 building; In 
San Francisco 



■ ■ ■■ ■ 
1895 git iiii; enlin 

tO tllr ii'i-r- 
Full Pattuulari on RtqueH 

The Tablet & Ticket Co. 

Etl 1870 

i.. hlcaso New > oik Sai I 

Branch 
833 Market Street 
- in i tancisco 



Directory we installed in Finrt National 
Bank Building, S, i ■'. 



HUGH DONEGAN 

CIVIL ENGINEER 
AND SURVEYOR 



Lot Surveys 

(irades 

Estimates for Grading 



301-30S Macdonough Building 
333 KEARNY St. San Francisco 



A. B. Johnston 

CONTRACTOR 
AND BUILDER 



Estimates given on all 
(.■lasses of Buildings 

Strictly fitst-class 
work done 

OFFICE 

Cochrane Building 
251 Kearny Street 

Phone Douglas 2615 San Francisco 



Wbittier 

Coburn 

Company 



Importers, Manufacturers, Installers 

Plate Glass, Sheet, Skylight, Mirrors, Etc. 

Manufacturers of 

Ready Mixed Paints, Peerless Shingle Stains 
Wood Finishes, Colors in Oil, Etc. 

ALSO 

C. & S. Elastic Paint, for use in place of red 

lead on structural iron work, iron, tin and wood 

roofs. The only durable paint for ready or 

weatherproof roofing, and for 

damp proofing walls 

Agents for 

Specialties in the Building Line, Weatherproof 

Roofing, Architectural Varnishes, Etc. 

CORRESFOXDESCF. SOLICITED 
Gentrnl Suits Office 

301 Howard Street 

San Francisco 




i ; 

Piedmont, Cal. 



U C. Mullc/ .1 Architect 
■■ ■ Francisco, Cal. 



Milkvork and Hardwood Interior Finish 

BY 

BURNHAM-STANDEFORD COMPANY 

OAKLAND PLANING MILLS 

645 WASHINGTON STREET OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 

Millwork toi Office Building* ind Residence Ow 5p clall] 



UHL BROS. 

ARTISTIC WALL PAPERS 

717 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



Oakland 



Los Angeles 



Seattle 



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H. L. PETERSEN 

The San Francisco 
Artificial Stone Paving Co. 



Artificial Stone Sidewalks 

Concrete Walls, Foundations, and 

Reinforced Concrete Structures 



OK KICK: 62 POST ST REE" 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Mtmbtt IUiit,lf\' Exthangt 



BLUE 




PRINTS 


CALIFORNIA 
BLUE PRINT CO. 


AND 


142 Sansome Street 


OTHER 


San Francisco 
Cal. 


PRINTS 






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FIXTURES DESIGNED TO HARMONIZE WITH DECORATIONS OF ALL PERIODS 

BAUER FIXTURE COMPANY 

Designers and Makers of 

Lighting Fixtures for Electricity and Gas 
126-130 Jones Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

ARCHITECTS AND DECORATORS DESIGNS EXECUTED FAITHFULLY 




KNOWLES & KAISER 

Plastering, Modeling, Metal 

Partitions, Plaster Ceilings 

and Decorations 

985 Kolsom Street San Francisco 



ONLY A THOUSAND 
PEOPLE 

We can think of to refer you to 

Dreyfus Bros. 

Contractors 



339 MONTGOMERY ST. 

San Francisco 
Phone Douglas 3667 C-3667 



H. MORTENSON 



CllAS, G. UORTBNSON 



ident Vice-Ptcs. and Mgr. 

Mortenson Construction Co. 

Contractors for 
Structural Steel and Iron 



Office and Shops 

Corner 19th and Indiana Streets 



San Francisco, Cal. 



^firamrl L . ' 111" m Fairmont 




San Francisco 



The grand stairway — conn — and plastering ii Fairmont retaining walls i^ i tampta ol odi work: 
also the waterproofing .m .1 white cement plastering ol the Powell Siren entrance tunc 

BLUXOME (S: CO. — concrete contractors 
5 Front Street San Francisco 



C. F. WIELAND 

CONSULTING 

E NC.IN E I •'. K 

Civil and Mechanical Engineering 

Plans, Specifications and Estimates 

Prepared t.>i Steel ami Re-inforced 

oncrete Structures, Reservoirs and 

Liquid Tanks 

liispetrion <W SuptrvisnH 
Apprahah <mJ Bxammalhm 

'ill Mutual Savings Bank Building 

?a\ I RANCI3CO 

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THE 

UCARD DOOR 

OPENER CO. 



["he Akard 

Mc< hanical Dooi 



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4167a Twentieth Street 



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Merchants Exchange Building 

San I r.incisco 



Thos. Mellon 
Plasterer 

Williams Bldg. Phone Douglas 1162 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Partial List of Buildings 

Merchants Exchange 

San Francisco National 
Bank 

Lincoln Realty Building 

Carroll £c Tilton Building 

Wilson Building 

Church of St. Matthew 

San Mateo 



IRA W. COBURN 



CONTRACTOR 
AND BUILDKR 



454 Duboce Ave. 



San Francisco, Cal. 



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Waterhouse & Price Co. 

59 THIRD STREET SAX FRANCISCO 

Importers and Jobbers 

BUILDING 
MATERIALS 



Notice the following pages for some 
of OUR SPECIALTIES 
which you will find as attractive as 
our coior, which is PURE COLD 

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The Most Rigid Metal Lath on the Market To-Day. Most Economical 
=n to Erect. Gives Most Satisfactory Resu.lt> p= 

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"Herringbone" Lath Used Exclusively 

IN THE FOLLOWING SAN FRANCISCO BUILDINGS 

Mills Building Winchester Hotel 
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Wells Fargo Hotel Navarre 
U First National Bank Spreckels Annex U 
p Mission Grammar School Klks' Hall ^ 

Southern Pacific Hospital Almshouse 

Manufactured tiy 

THE GENERAL FIREPROOFING CO. 

U rOUNGSTOWN, OHIO LJ 

A Full Stock Kept by 

WATERHOUSE & PRICE COMPANY 

Sales Ak'ents Northern California ind Nrvada 

59 THIRD STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 


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American 
3 -Way Prisms 

ARE SUPERIOR j= =g 

to any flat back prisms b° 

YOU SHOULD PROVE 

Your Loyalty to Your Clients by SPECIFYING and USING them 

Paschall Interlocking System of 
Vault Lights 

ABSOLUTELY THE BEST 




AMI RU AN .»-\\ \\ PRISM COMPANY 



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WATERHOUSE & PRICE COMPANY 

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Van Dorn Iron Works Co. 

STEEL JOIST HANGER DEPARTMENT 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 



The "Van Dorn" Pressed Steel 
Joist Hangers 



THE BEST, STRONGEST AND 
MOST EASILY APPLIED 
HANGER IN THE MARKET 





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Over 1,000,000 of them 

in use on the Pacific 

Coast 




No. 1 Steel Joist 

Hanger for 

Wood Header 



No. i Steel Joist 
Hanger for 
Brick Wall 



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WATERHOUSE & PRICE COMPANY 



59 THIRD STKI I I 



SAN FRANCISCO 



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Atchison "Curved Wing" 
Revolving Door 

Which can he seen installed in the following 
San Francisco building". 

Alaska Commercial Building Merchants Exchange 
Emma Rose Building I . s. Pottoffh 

Mills Building 

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WATERHOISE & PRICK COMPANY 



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Cabot's 



Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains 

THE ORIGINAL AND STANDARD STAINS 

Distinguishable by their soft depth and freshness of color, richness of tone, and durability, 

No muddy or greasy effects, no blackening;, no washing off. They have stood the test 

more than twenty-five years 

Cabot's Sheathing and Deafening "Quilt-" Cabot's Waterproof Cement 
Stains. Conservo Wood Preservative. Cabot's Waterproof Brick Stains 

Samuel Cabot, Inc., Sole Manufacturers, Boston, Mass. 

Waterhouse & Price Co.. Agents, San Francisco and Oakland 



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PORCELAIN ENAMEL PAINT 

Reg. U. S. P-*t. Office 

"The Architect's Favorite" — looks, wears and answers most purposes of 
porcelain ; made in white and tints for wall work, wood work, inside 
of water tanks, etc. 

STANDARD ENAMEL 

"The Painter's Favorite." Highest grade varnish enamel. Resembles 
Porcelain Enamel, but is not as durable. 

Correspondence Solicited 

RINALD BROS., PHILADELPHIA 

Station S 



Sales \v:ents for California and OreKOn 

WATERHOUSE & PRICE COMPANY 

59 THIRD STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Portland Oakland Loa Aneelea San DleffO Sail Lake 



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SANITARY METAL TILE 

The Most Durable Tile for Halls, Bathrooms 
Kitchens, Lavatories, Etc. 

Manufactured f&xcluatvely h> 

SANITARY METAL I III COMPANY 

BROOKLYN, N V. 

Sanitary Metal Tile i* a Non-Corrosive Zinc Sheet, Enameled and 
Warranted Not to Chip, Craze or Crack 

Price One-Half That of Clay Tile 



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Sanltar) Metal Tile is made In ttandard ■ 
with various border design*. Detailed Inform 
from our repreaentative is earneatl) solicited ' 
Hie or other interior wall covering. 

Sole Agenta lor Pncifk I 

WATERHOUSE & PRICE COMPANY 

S» I HIRM STRI I I 

SAN FRANCISCO \IIIORM\ 



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Some Building Materials 
Worthy of Consideration 



"Richardson" Fireproof Doors 

"All Metal" Interior Finish 

"Kalemein" Window Frames and Sash 

Metal Lockers 

Hausmann Sash Carriers 

Universal Safety Stair Treads 

Grant Overhead Pulleys 

Rolling Steel Shutters 

Flexifold Wood Rolling Doors 

J. C. E. Welsh Quarries 

Taylor's "Target and Arrow" Tin 

"LaFarge" Non-Staining Cement 

"Victoria" English Keene's Cement 

Hardwall and Finishing Plasters 

Hannon Metal Corner Bead 

Rutty Metal Wall Plugs 

Whalebone Metal Wall Ties 

Building and Sheathing Papers 

Deafening Felts 

Ready Roofings 

"Moorhead" Vacuum Cleaners 

"Security" Mail Chutes 



Waterhouse & Price Co. 






59 I M1KI) STK1 I I 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



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Members of 
Builders' Association 
Builders' Exchange 



Sanborn & Stewart 



Stair Builders 



3075 Army Street 
Telephone Mission 379 



Corner Harrison 
San Francisco, C'al. 



Itj Club, Sao Franc 



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Sanitary Garbage Chute and Can 

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apartment bow -i Ik: applied I 

a-- iH'w buildt 

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in the can and 

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sprinkler washes the chut* and cl« 

it a time. 

The garbage '-hi 

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A t,-« state i ighl 

EDWIN BRADSH WV 
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(Builder and Contractor) 

.1544 Twentieth Street, near Mission 

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The Largest and 
Most Modem Plant 
West of Chicago 
For Designing 
and Making of 




For Catalogues 
Booklets, Folders, 
Newspaper Adver- 
tising, and All 
Other Illustrative 
Purposes. 




Our plant is situated in the heart of the city. Our building is specially con- 
structed for our needs, plenty of sunlight for direct reproduction, equipment 
all modern, force of experienced operators in each department. Every artist 
a specialist. Having recently added to our establishment a Commercial 
Photographing Department enables us to take care of our customers from the 
taking of photograph to the making of cut. 

WHEN YOU NEED ILLUSTRATIONS OR CUTS YOU WILL SAVE TIME. WORRY 
AND EXPENSE BY COMING DIRECT TO THE ARTIST AND ENGRAVER 



COMMERCIAL ART CO. 

DESIGNERS AND ENGRA VERS 
53 THIRD ST., SAN FRANCISCO peusfhones kearny m< 

All cuts in this publication made by us 




Nch tH.tn & Lei inson Bt 



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I QUIPP1 n rHROUGHOU I WITH 

DEAN REVERSIBLE SASH 

The building shown above has transoms pivoted on sides, and casements 
pivoted on top and bottom. It is one of the many prominent structures in 
San Francisco that have been fitted with our sash. Write for information to 



Dean Reversible Window Co., Inc. 



551-555 HRANN.W STREET 



Phone Kearny 1516 



San Francisco 



The interior of this building is finished with 

Hueter Varnish 

1857— Made on the Pacific Coast— 1909 



The architects acquainted with 

Hueter 's Super ior Architectural 
and Floor Varnishes 

Invariably include them in their specifications 
KEEP THESE NAMES IN MIND 

Hueter's Elastic Wood Finish 
Hueter's Elastic Exterior Finish 
Hueter's Columbian Floor Finish 
Hueter's Interior Spar Finish 
Hueter's Matt Lac (Dull Finish) 

There are no varnishes made for the purpose better than the above 

We will gladly furnish samples on request for the 
purpose of comparative tests 

Manufactured by 

S. F. PIONEER VARNISH WORKS 

E. I.. HUETER, Proprietor Established 1857 

WORKS: - San Francisco, Cal. 

MAIN OFFICE: 816 MISSION ST. 

Los Angeles Office and Warehouse 345 E. 2d St. 

Portland " " " 13th and Raleigh St. 

Seattle " " " 91 Spring St. 



60 




Philan Building 

San Pranciaco 



U'm Curlett -\ 
Architect! 



The interior of this building is linished wilh 
HUE l'l K S \ AKNISH 



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General Electric Company 

Illuminating Engineers 

The General Electric Company employs experienced 
Illuminating Engineers, whose services are at the 
disposal of architects, engineers and customers in 
solving difficult and complex as well as ordinary 
problems of interior or exterior illumination by 
electric light 



Portland Office n T"* • -»--, Los Angeles Office 

Worcester Bids. Sail t TailClSCO OlllCe Delta Bldg. 

Sea, " e cJJnTan B,d, Union Trust Building tElSE*,.. v. 

Sales offices in all large cities 



San Francisco Cornice Co., Inc. 

Leading Manufacturers of 

FINE COPPER DOORS 

of all descriptions, and all kinds of 

KALAMEIN INTERIOR FINISH 

METAL WINDOWS 

Approved by Board oi Plre Underwriters 

AND 

Architectural Sheet Metal Work 

a specialty 

rvalamein Factory 

d . c. , u , c.t i ma Hrvant and Dore Streets 

lirvant Street, bet. 9th and 1 lit li 

- Metal Window Facility 

Phonei Market j n J, Fourteenth and Florida Streets 




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EPIRUS 




HIGH GRADE 
BUILDERS' 
HARDWARE 



Made By 

Reading 
Hardware Co. 

Reading, Pa. 

Used in 

Hotel St. Francis 

Addison Head 

San Francisco National 
Bank 

Foxcroft 

Kohler 6c Chase 

Family Club 

Boyd. Pillsbury 

and 
Many Other Fine Buildings 




NOV \KA 





MiCORPOHATTSO 

vgen re 
SAN FRANCISCO VM) OAKLAND 




Palace Hotel 

San Francisco 



] rowoi .»■ <i Livingston, Architects 

Geo. W. Kblham, Supervising Architect 



Over Three Million Brick in this Building 



MADE BY 



CARQUINEZ 
BRICK & TILE COMPANY 



259 Russ Building 
San Francisco, California 



Makers of Common and Facing Brick 




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San i 



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All plain and ornamental plastering and imitation 
Caen stone work in this hotel executed by 

C. C. MOREHOUSE 



201-202 Crocker Bldg. 



San Fr \m l-t o, Cal. 




When Architects Sign their Buildings 

It will be pretty bad for one whose name 
plate shows from the ruins of a collapse 

No one wants liis name tacked to a failure. Therefore the manufacturer who 
brands his goods with his own name is careful of quality. 

We might brand our sash cord with any one of a hundred names such as 
"Star," "Excelsior," "Eureka," hut we make so good a cord we want our own 
name on it — SILVER LAKE. 

If this cord fails 

there is our name on it, and we have spent forty years in building up a business 
value for that name. Do you think we can afford to jeopardize the effort of 
forty years? 

Estimate the greatest possible saving in the first cost of a building by using 
cheap cord. If there is any saving, can yon allow your client to take it? For the 
cheapest sash-cord service specify Silver Lake A, ami don't forget to 

Look for our name on every foot of it 

SILVER LAKE COMPANY 

BOSTON, MASS. 



R. L. WOLDEN Phone Kearny 1545 

Manager Home Phone J 1545 



California Electrical Construction Co. 

CONTRACTING ELECTRICIANS 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON 
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 



680 MISSION STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 






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The Bxteriot of ihla Clastic Bank Building ii Paced frit*. 
Raymond Granite, from Raymond Granite Co.'s Quarry, Raymond, Calif. 

I iffii .11 ui Works : Cor. Division Street and Potrero Ave.. San Francisco, Calif. 




The entire front of this building 
is faced with 

Colusa Sandstone 

from \ht QQafrfM of the 

Colusa Sandstone Co. 



Sites, Colusa Co., Calif. 
Cor. Division Street and Potrrr 



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Deiail ol Panel Cafe odeon San Francisco, Cal. 

Executed in plastic composition and encrusted wild ulass mosaic in the studio ui 

O. S. SARSI 

ARCHITECTURAL SCULPTOR 

HIGH CLASS PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTER. ORNAMENTAL 

CONCRETE STONE FOR FRONT OF BUILDINGS. SCAGLIOLA 

MAKER OF GARDEN FUSNITURE IN POMPEIIAN 

STONE. VASES. SEATS. MONUMENTS 

CAEN STONE 

1669 HOWARD STREET 

TELEPHONE MARKET 2970 SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



Phone Franklin W 



Builders' Exchange — Box 2M- 



A. J. FORBES & SON 

BANK, OFFICE, AND 
STORE FITTINGS 

Special Furniture and Interior Fittings 

San Francisco, Cal. 



1530 Filbert Street 

Neai Van Ness Avenue 



























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i hi <>.i< on I »fe, San Fn 

IN l ERIOR FI rTINGS BY 

JOHN SIMMEN CO. 

64-80 RAUSCH STREET, SOUTH 

(Bcl»fen Ttti j««1 *th, orf Hn»ar.i Smell 

San Frani 

WE REFER TO THE FOLLOWING AS a FEW SPECIMENS OF OUR WORK; 

l s District Court Library, Connor, MoffattcV 1 

Post Oflic* Building, San Fr.i" Halo 1 
|ohn ('. O'Conner'a Cafe Anton Borel A Co., Bank 

The Rot Carroll t V Tiltnr 1 

Wolfe & Hauler's Store Paul ~mre 






Fredericks' RiiiMine 
San Francisco 

D. H. BURHHAM Co. 

Architects 

San Francisco 



Esterly Construction Company 

Cement and Concrete Contractors 

OFFICES 

2136 CENTER ST. 717 MARKET ST. 

Berkeley, Cal. San Francisco, Cal. 



Shattuclc Hotel 
Berkeley 

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Bi --j I Mi I) \i.i. | 

Architect 
San Francisco 









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SAMSON SPOT SASH CORD 




Can be distinguished at a glance by our trade-mark, the Colored Spots 

Made~of extra quality stock, carefully inspected, and warranted free 
from imperfections of braid or finish 

Proved by both tests and long experience to be by far the most 
durable and economical material for hanging windows 

Send for Samples and Tests 



SAMSON CORDAGE WORKS 

BOSTON, MASS. 

PACIFIC COAST AGENT 
JOHN T. ROWNTREE, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Portland 





WAGNER BROS. 








Kstablishcd 40 Years 








Painters 




House 


Painter; 








Paper 


Hanging 
Polishing 

Tinting 








Estimates 


(men 




530 


GOUGH STREET 






California 
Marbles 



Baxter 
Marble 
Co. 



1006 Call Building 

San Francisco 

Cal. 



California Marble Stairway, Bellevue Hotel, San Francisco 



MEMBER BUILDERS' EXCHANGE 

Richard Keatinge 
£# Sons 

Concrete Construction 



Williams Building, 693 Mission Street 
San Francisco California 



The 



L. Schreiber & Sons 
Company 



Cincinnati 



Ohio 



STRUCTURAL STEEL 

ORNAMENTAL IRON 

AND BRONZE 



Represented by 

Western Builders' Supply Co. 

San Francisco 
680 Mission St. Phone Kearny 1991 




Columbia Theatre, Sun Francisco 
GOLDEN GATE CEMENT USED EXCLUSIVELY IN THIS BUILDING 



The consist e n i 

"Golden Gate 

li a s won for it t h e 
public. Manufactured 

Pacific Portland 

Los Angeles 




San Francisco 



uniformity of 

Cement 

confidence of the building 
by the 

Cement Co. Con. 

Portland, I 



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Pacific Building, s.m I rai 
GOLDEN GATE CEMENT USED EXCLUSIVELY IN THIS BUILDING 



PRATT & LAMBERT 

Star Brand Specialties 
For High Grade Architectural Work 

No. 38 PRESERVATIVE VARNISH 

For finest interior work 

No. 61 FLOOR VARNISH 

For hard and soft wood Moors 

SPAR FINISHING VARNISH 

For exterior work 



VITRALITE (The Long Life Enamel) 

For wood or metal surfaces indoors or out of doors. 
This Knamel was used in finishing the record breaking Ocean liner Lusitania 

PRATT & LAMBERT, inc. 

VARNISH MAKERS 

Factories : New York, Buffalo, Chicago ; Bridgeburg, Canada 

San Francisco Branch : 663-665 Howard Street 



Western Builders' Supply Co. 

MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS AND DEALERS 



CAPITALS AND BRACKETS 

And Other Interior Wood Finish Specialties. 
Largest Stock on the Coast — Decorator's Supply Co., Mfrs., Chicago. 



RUBBER FLOOR TILE 

METAI. LOCK TILE CO., Manufacturers — Philadelphia. Pa. 

Artistic Shapes, and Colors. Very Durable, Exclusive. 

No Interlocks to Break. Note the Metal Lock. 

See Our Square Tile — the Latest 




680 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO TELEPHONE KEARNY 1W1 Piotecled by U. S. Pll 





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Country HOUK erected lOl Mrs Douglu 3. \S Jtson at White Oaks, California 
Louis < ttriitian Mullgardi, Architect 



Standard Construction Co. 

Fred. O. Farrall, General Manager 



General Contractors for all 
Types of Buildings 



Hooker & Lent Building First and Market Streets 

SAN FRANCISCO 




Pacific Coast S. S. Co.s Steamer " Governor '-Painted with Selhv Lead 




SELBY BLUE AND COLD BRANDS 

The Pacific Coast Steamship Company is well known for keeping its vessels in the 
best of condition. Pride in appearance and economy in maintenance have led the 
management to use tons of Selby White Lead in painting the ships. 

The whiteness, smoothness and superior wearing qualities of Selby White Lead, 

which makes it desirable for ship painting also makes it the best paint to specify for 
other decorative and preservative purposes. 

CORRODERS OF STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD 

WORKS AT SELBY. CAL 

840 MERCHANTS EXCHANGE BUILDIN G . 

San Francisco, 



Tel. Kearnv 5806 



fames Campbell 



General 
Contractor 



301 Chronicle Building 



San Francisco, Cal. 




Hull Dl 

Scbniltuchet) '■ 



D. ROSS CLARKE 

Plastering and Cement 
Contractor 

Room 7(is Pacific BIdg. 

< Ornamental Plastering 
and Cement Plastering 

Reinforced Concrete a Specialty 



Exterior Gomeniinu Done in White or 
< ream Color 



Mcmfccrol Builder*' E«chanfe and 
Btiiidrr*' As«>. 



Telephone Market 19.V 



Fine and Sanitary Plumbing 




221 OAK STREET 

Bet Gousfa and Ocbrrta San Francisco, Cal. 




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"Tockolith" 
Liquid Konkerit" 



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R. I. W." Damp Resisting 
Paints 

Following is a list of buildings in San Francisco on which loch 
Brothers' protective Paints have been used: 



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Golden (late Knights Com'dry 

Alcazar Theater 

Bank of Columbus Building 

Hotel Mohawk 

California Casket Co. Building 

Orpheum Theater 

Samson Tarn Building 

Ruby Hill Vineyard Co. Bldg. 

Royal Insurance Building 



Ross & Burgren, Architects 
H. C. Corwin, Architect 
Meyer & O'Brien, Architects 
Cunningham & Politeo, Archts. 
Albert Pissis, Architects 
O'Brien & Werner, Architects 
Hemenway & Miller, Architects 
Meyers & Ward, Architects 
Howell & Stokes, Architects 




and many other buildings in San Francisco and 
other cities in California 

The steel work of the Metropolitan Tower 
in New York City has been painted with 
our rust-preventing, protective "Tockolith" 
and "R. 1. \V." anti-electrolytic paint 

Write us for information covering any phase 
of protection for steel, stone or cement 



TOCH BROTHERS 

Makers of Paints, Enamels, and Varnishes since 1848 

320 Fifth Avenue. New York City Works: Long Island City 

Chamber of Commerce Building, Chicago, III. Builders' Exchange, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WILLKOMM BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY 

151 TEHAMA STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Hartford Faience and Tiles 



Wainscoting 

No more artistic effect 
can be obtained than by 
using "Hartford Hand 
Made Tiles " together 
with"Hartford Tudor 
Tiles " finished with 
"Hartford Faience" 
Cap and Base. Thirty- 
three different patterns of 
Tudor Tiles to select 
from. 



Haw you considered ' ' Faience ' ' for the 

The Hartford Faience Co 

HARTFORD, CONN. 




Interior and 

Exterior 

Decorations 

We are prepared to fur- 
nish estimates on all kinds 
of Faience Work from 
architect's designs. Our 
variety of colors and 
quality of glazes is un- 
surpassed. 
Embellishment of Concrete Buildings ? 

C. F. PR \ n 
Mirr. Golden Gate Brick Co. 

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P. NOlll.R, PMSHlt>KWT II. I'. 11AVKW. Vlrl.|'«Hin.:vr riKiViS Kol.l'lt. MiilTUt 



iDactftc Boiling jEtll Co. 



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STRUCTURAL STEEL 

FORCINGS BOLTS HIVKTH I lloi.s »«ll'i III — 

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SAN FRANCISCO. 



\. I.. Bslx., Pres. .1. w AnAMS, Treas. F. C. CURliv, Via Pros M. Gbbi iui m. 

(Smptrr piaster 

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tYSTALLINE 



MANUI At I 1 RED I ROM 

PURE WHITE CRYSTALLINE ROCK GYPSUM. 



EMPIRE PLASTER 

Call for it in your 
Specifications. 




EMPIRE PLASTER 

Has no equal and is 

always reliable. 



THE NEVADA GYPSUM COMPANY. 

PACIFIC BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO. 



PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO. 

General Mil/work 

Fine Interior Woodwork a Specialty 



rectory anil Main Oflit B 11 

SANTA CLARA, CAL 



SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND 



173 Steven ion Sueei 



■i?n Truth Slreel 




Lincoln Building Filth and Market Streets 

D. H. Buknham & Co.., Architects 

i ■',!. ed with Mai Glazed Brick m-jde ut Stockton 



Selnu Grammar School 
n r;. Mt Doug \m.. Architect 
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PRESSED BRICK— CLAY OR SANDLIME 

"Hartford" Faience and Tile Terra Cotta, White Enamel and Fire 

Golden Gate Brick Company 

C. F. PRATT, Manager Main Office, 660 MARKET ST., San Francisco 



Trussed Concrete Steel Co. 

3 3 3 K E A R N Y ST K I. E T, SAN FRANCISCO 
MAM FACT i RERS OF 

Reinforced Concrete Products 

KAHN TRUSSED BARS 
Rib M«tal— Rib Lath— Hj Ril> 

COMPOUNDS FOR WATERPROOFING CONCR1 



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Mac Donald & K. \ h \ 



" Ask any architect whom we lint done ito 



VARIETY MANUFACTURING CO. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

UNDERWRITERS FIRE DOORS 
CROSS HORIZONTAL FOLDING DOORS 

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Warehouses, Freight Sheds, Shipping Doors, Etc. 



"Cross" Counterbalance Freight Elevator Doors 

Illustrated in " Sweet's" in advertisements of Variety Manufacturing Co. 
and of George N . Cole 

BOYD & MOORE 

Sole Agents 
356 Maiket Street San Francisco 

Telephone Kearny 2?S(> 





"Ideal" 


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SOLID PORCELAIN 


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"Impervio" 

VITREOUS CHINA 


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Bathroom and 


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Toilet Fixtures 

ALL \\ ARES MADE BY US FOR SALE BY JOBBERS 
OP PLUMBING M'PE'LIES 


THE TRENTON POTTERIES COMPANY 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY, U. S. A. 
Largest Manufacturers in the United States 


M. HOWARD, Pacific Coast Refn 


. . • Monadnock Bldg. , San Francisco 
semamie, Pnone: Kearny 5063 



Established 1889 



J. T. McCORMICK, President 




Manufacturers and Founders 



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IRON STORE FRONTS.IRON STAIRS 
GRILLES. RAILINGS, WIRE WORK.ETC 




Office and Wotfcl 

M9 to 365 SEVENTH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO 





Slotted Steel Studding 



For 



Hollow and Solid Partitions 
Suspended Ceilings 



Furrings 




SAX FRANCISCO 

[J 1 I L DI KGS 

Mills 

First National Hank. 

Wells Fargo 

Levi Strauss 

Chronicle 



Partial List of Building Containing Slotted Steel 
Studding, Ceilings and Wall Furring 

CAL. Isn't th 

Arc hi rscrfi 
1>. II. Burnham and I o. 
1). H. Burnham and <.'"■ 

Meyers ami Ward 

. . Howard and < ralloway 

li. H. Burnham and ' o. 

Postal Telegraph 1. P. I ; 

Johann Schmidt Herman Rarth 

Murphy Grant Howard ami Galloway 

Southern Pacific Hospital 1). J. Patterson 

Security Howard ami ('.alloway 

Schaeffer C. H. Barretl 

Wilson Henry A. Schultze 

Industrial Home for Blind. Sellon and HcmmingG 

Rapp Leo 1 levlin 

Hospital •>( Infirm Poor Newton J. Tnarp 

Lincoln Realty 0. 11. Burnham and Co. 

S. F. National Bank.. .D. H. Burnham and Co. 
Hobarl Estate Meyers and Ward 



imposing list 
the best evidence in the 
world of the superiority 
of 

Slotted Steel 
Studding 

Economizes space 

weight and cost 

Absolutely rigid 

Perfect alignment 

Estimates given on 
all work 



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BERKELEY, CAL. 
Buildings Architects 

Berkeley National Hank Howard and Gs 

Berkeley Polytechnic School .. Stone and Smith 
i irj University of California. John Galen Howard 

■ ■ f*own Hall Bakewell and Brown 

I [all ■■■ Scii no Stone and Smith 



San Francisco Fireproofing Co. 

1102 Metropolis Bank Building 
San Francisco 




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PARKER CORNER BEAD 

CLEVELAND EXPANDED METAL 

LATH 

Our Claim — QUALITY. Place your orders with us 

J. W. RICHARDS 

Coast Agent, 1104 Metropolis Bank Bldg. 

THE "CLEVELAND" 
EXPANDED METAL LATH 

Made from Unpickletl Sheets 
Covered with Anti-Rust Solution 

RIGID, REVERSIBLE, REASONABLE 

Self-furring. Surpassingly tine for Stucco 

Or work. Orders tor plain steel, 

painted or galvanized lath tilled promptly. 

Samples and prices gladly furnished. 

Ifictumd by 

Garry Iron and Steel Company 

CLEVFXAND. OHIO 




WE CORNER THE BEST BUILDINGS IN THE COUNTRY 

"The Bead that makes a straight corner" 



PARKER 
Steel Corner Bead 

The steel is perfectly protected from rust 
by a heav) c inc, put on by the 

"Hot Galvanizing Process" 

Absolute!) BO waste w hen cutting t 

lengths. 
Short clips furnished tor wood studding. 

Man* I 

SHARON STEEL HOOP CO. 

Ml \KOV P \ 



JAMES B. CLOW & SONS 

CHICAGO 



Offices and Display Rooms 

776 and 778 Monadnock Building 

SAN FRANCISCO 



F. A. HAMILTON, Coast Agent 



THE VAN DORN IRON WORKS CO. 

METALLIC FURNITURE DEPARTMENT 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



METAL FURNITURE^BRONZE 

FOR LIBRARIES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, BANKS, Etc. 
DESKS, FILING DEVICES, COUNTERS, LOCKERS 
COUNTER SCREENS, ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE 



Represented by 

H. S. CROCKER CO. J. L. DAVIDSON 

230 Brannan Street 330 Mason Building 

San Francisco, Cal. Los Angeles, Cal. 




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SUBJECT OF LOCKS 

AND BUILDERS' 

HARDWARE 

For your new building should receive 
careful attention. 

Where due care is given to the questions of security, appearance and resistance to wear 
the Yale &: Towne product is invariably chosen. 

Interesting printed matter on request. 

Ask for artistic booklet about the Yale Turret Lock for Metal Doors 

The Yale & Towne Manufacturing Co. 

New York Chicago Philadelphia Boston Washington 

San Francisco Office : 705-706 Phelan Building 



<£. 3. &tit\)\ty Company 

10(14 Metropolis Building 

Agents for Manufacturers of High Grade Plumbing Fixtures 

United States Sanitary Manufacturing Co. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Hydrometer & Specialty Co. 

Kokomo, Ind. 

Great Western Pottery Co. 

Kokomo, Ind. 

Milwaukee Brass Manufacturing Co. 

Milwaukee, W 

Findeisen S: Kropf Manufacturing Co. 

Chicago, III. 




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PEOPLES GAS BUILDING 




Peopli 

Own) i 



l> H Ddmnham & Co., 

Chicaeo 



regulates the flow ol water evenly and easily, 
reyardless of the pressure 

All the closest: (about 250), are the " Adrian " 
design, having wall disthargi and level handle 

valve. These closets do not touch the flour at 

any point 

All the fixtures will lie Haviland China bod) 

All the metal parts will be German Silver, white 

metal 



CHICAGO 

When completed this will 
he the finest and hest 
equipped office building in 
the world 

The material is the selec- 
tion of eminent engineers 
after most careful examina- 
tion and competitive tests, 
quality being the criterion 
of their choices 

Federal -Huber Company 
plumbing goods will be 
used exclusively through- 
out the entire building 



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All the faucets are the 
"Gasco" design, having 

the "Gem" reducer, which 




FEDERAL-HUBER COMPANY 



A D. Dennlaoii & Co.. s.m Fraodaco, Pacific Coasi Vgenta 



CHICAGO 



\l U YORK 



ECONOMY 



USE 
HYDRATED LIME 



The only proper material for waterproofing 
concrete foundations and buildings 

THE HYDRATE LIME & PLASTER CO. 

185 Stevenson Street Telephone Douglas 940 

SAN FRANCISCO 



Thomas & Schneider Art Glass Co. 

610-612 Howard Street, near Second 

Designers and manufacturers of distinctive and artistic art elas;. for churches, residences and 
public buildings. Glass mosaics for mantel and wall decorations. Originality in lamp shades. 




russet-gold and opal classes 



We are pleased to submit motives and detail sketches with samples of work in 

contemplation, free of cost. 

DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR EXHIBIT. 



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MAUNDRELL 

Painting Contractor 




Residence 


Office and Store 




154 CARL STREET 


454 GOLDEN GATE 


AVE. 


Tel. Park 3724 


Tel. Franklin 1132 






Citp of $arts 

Dry Goods Co. 



Geary and Stockton Streets 

Union Square 

SAN FRANCISCO 



FURNITURE DRAPERIES 

ORIENTAL RUGS 




Room designed ami executed by the "City nt Pm JIM and estimates furnished 




§?artorius Company 

<©rinimrnr.il 3ron anil Kroner 

FIFTEENTH AND UTAH STS. 
San Francisco 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

ELEVATOR ENCLOSURES AND CABS 
METAL STORE FRONTS STAIRS, RAILINGS 

BANK ENCLOSURES AND RAILINGS 

BRONZE TABLETS 

NAME PLATES ANDIRONS. ETC. 

TELEPHONE MARKET 1329 



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Hall. 


BARKER. 


LITTLE 


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CONSULTING 9TJBUCTDHAL KN<; l.\ KKKS 




244 Kkarnv Strkkt 






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San - FBAHOIBOO 






DOUOLAS 


2229 



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Detail "i I elllng in tni b I obb] I li i N itlonal Bank Build 

I). H. BURNH IN ft I 



i elephonei 



J. H. KEEFE 

Painter and Decorator 

B34 O'FARRELl s iki i \ 
SAD i K UK raco 



Designing Art Glass 



Designing art glass is the most important feature of the industry. The graceful lines — the 

harmonious combinations of coloi — the finished picture, all depend upon the artist. 

Every piece oi work in i>m simp, no mattei how simple, is carried out under the supervision 

Of a skilled artist, who has made his life's work the designing oi art gl 

We execute ever] order that it may reflect credit on us. Our staff of artists stands re.td> 

to design work carrying out any ideas out cMtomei 

Wouldn't you like to see our artists at \\ork ; Pay US a visit any time at 
Street. 



MUNICH ART GLASS COMPANY 

t*r mission MR i I r. hi r Id sad M, S \s kr INCISt O, I \i . 




HIGHEST AWARDS, GRAND MEDAL PARIS 1SOO 



EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS, FINEST WORKMANSHIP 



ICmted (Blass X#orks, inc. 

H. R. HOpps, President 

us turk st. art ^tattieti <£Hass 

SAN FRANCISCO 



TELEPHONE 
FRANKLIN 1783 




PACIFIC PHOTO ART CO. 

ARCHITECTURAL AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 

233 MONADNOCK BUILDING SAN FRANCISCO 

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CEMENT 

OF UNIFORM 

QUALITY 



OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST 
AND OCR CEMENT TESTS HIGHER 

THAN OTHER BRANDS 



Standard Portland Cement Corporation 

Works: Napa Junction, California 

Santa Cruz Portland Cement Company 

Works : Davenpoit, California 

Home Office: 221-226 Crocket Building 
San Francisco, CsJIf 

SEPftBSSK i \i i\ n 

Los Angeles Sprevkels Bros. Commercial Co. 

Portland P. T. < msi -\ Co 

Seattle GaJbraiih-Bacon a Co 



FOUR LEADERS 

BEST BROS. KEENE'S CEMENT 

Regular for Broun, Scratch and Finish Coat, and Fine for Finish Coat and 
( )rnamental Plasterinj;, 

All Trustworthy Plasterers state that all other Plasters claiming to be just 
as good are only Plaster of Paris Composition. Our Reene's is a Re- 
Calcined Gypsum. 

Best Bros. Reene's Cement Plaster has no equal. 

Best Bros. Reene's Cement Co. now make Superfine for facing Artificial 
Marble, and Coarse for Backing Artificial Marble. None better. 
Plastering can be done as cheap with Best Bros. Reene's as with Hardwall. 
Hardwall cannot be compared in results with Best Bros. Reene's Cement 
Plaster. Try it. Convince yourself. 

DEHYDRATINE 

No. 1, a poreless bituminous damp-proofing compound, for inner surfaces of 
exposed walls; No. 4, for underground masonry and foundations. Has no 
equal ; no thinning or spraying allowed. 

SYMENTREX 

Liquid Concrete, produced in a variety of shades; for damp-proofing exterior 

masonry. 

All above materials have been used throughout the City and State in all 

important work, are recognized as the Standard, and have always proved the 

cheapest and the most satisfactory in the end. Get list of buildings where 

Best Bros. Reene's Cement and Dehydratine have been used. 

J ANSON'S 

All Steel Patent Sidewalk Elevator Doors in nearly every important building 
in the City. Cast Iron Frame Doors can be cracked ; Janson's never, and 
cost no more. All sizes made at short notice. 

OSCAR S. LEVY 

MARKET STREET. CORNER SECOND 

BALBOA BUILDING 

SAN FRANCISCO 
Established" 1&76 Phonk: KsARtn 4089 



THE LARGEST AND BEST BUILDINGS IN SAN FRANCISCO 

Are finished with 

CHICAGO VARNISH CO.'S 
Shipoleum — Supremis — Ivory Enamelite 
Navalite — Wood Tints and Dead Finishes 

ARCHITECTS give their Clients the very best when they specify these goods 
44 Years on the Market 



MAGNER BROS. 

420 Jackson Street, San Francisco 
Wholesale Distributors 



W. W. WALTON 

Western and Pacific Coast Representative 



Sanborn, Vail & Co. 

M ission Street 

Brl. Third and I outili 

Portland, Ore. Los Angela 

San Francisco 



Picture Framing 

Pictures and Art Goods 

Artists' Materials 

Architects' Supplies 

Special Prices to Architects tor Supplies 
used in their offices 



Phon* 



Solicitor HutU <all 



M. F. GROSSER 



A Tchittttural \\ '**</<■. ■ 
Modeler and Ornamental 
Designer 



Models Made tor Ornamental Castings 

Estimates Gi\en 

Satisfaction Guaranteed 



718-731 BRYANT STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 




Bronze Counter Screen nude lor Sun PrancUco National Rank 
U. H. Bl RNRAM & CO., Ar. Ini.-. i- . San I Miuisco 

RUDGEAR-MERLE CO. 

Artisans in all Metals 

San Francisco. Cal. 



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Royal Itumnnn I i i FtudHa 

Ntl Y.nk 




[*hc Entire tnterioi rrim in this Build 

DAHLSTROM - METALLIC - DOOR - CO. 

720-722 Merchants Exchange, San Fram 

NewYork "DAHLSTROM PATENT" nihMpWll 
chic. HOLLOW METAL DOORS iw 

S- I XN |-) TR | M S Baltimore 

Catalogued in S«eet's Index 
Pioneers in the Hollon Metal Door and Trim Industry 




the value of a system of 
Flat Vertical Filing 

for Drawings, Tracings and 
Blue Prints until you have 
used the "Beck" Vertical Files 
n combination with 

E. D. Co. 't Filing Clamp Rods 




An up-to-date time-saving, 
trouble-banishing system, well 
worth the investigation of 
every live Architect, Engineer 
and Manufacturing Concern 



18 FIRST STREET 



EUGENE DIETZGEN CO. 

Drawing Materials 



SAN FRANCISCO 



LUXFER PRISMS 

ARE NOW 

Made in San Francisco 



YOU NEED ACCEPT THE SUBSTITUTE NO LONGER 

FOR STORE FRONTS SPECIFY 

"Luxfer 4-inch Pressed Prism Tile" 

And, by the way, see that you get them — The name in every plate 



J. E. DWAN, Pacific Coast Agent 
151 TEHAMA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO 



C. A. MURDOCK & CO. 



INCORPORATE!) 



Printers 




Publishers 



TKAOK MAMK 



68 FREMONT STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



OTIS 
ELEVATORS 

FOR 

EVERY SERVICE 



OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 

FACTORY 
SAN FRANCISCO 

OFFICES: ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES 



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INTERIOR DECORATING 

(Jnequaled Facilities for the Execution of Complete 
Special Designs in 

FURNITURE and DRAPERIES 
CARPETINGS \nd RUGS 



W. & J. SLOANE 

216-22S SUTTER STREET 
San Francisco 



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